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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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. VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, JULY :31 1889. NO. 15.



Double-iVeddiiiPT In TitUHVlllc I i'ocon. Melbourne. ties in North Carolina were intereste Aiikoim.

It is seldom that we have a chance tc r Plenty of watermelons in town. Warm mornings, showers nearly every; therein considerable delay was occa The Fourth of July was quiet this

chronicle a double wedding in wInchthe Rev. C. C. Temple preached Sunday afternoon and clear, cool nights-such h is sioned. On Monday last our Notarj year.

are brothers and the morning and night in Hill's Hall, at Co the rainy season here. Public Mr. Ely, was called to Tillmar Arthur Saeger was on a business tripto

bndegsisters but such was the fact to complete the papers. Mr. R. A. Conk- St. Lucie River last week.
con. Both services were well attended. Letters from the north speak of com

-.:.anday evening last at Mr. J. D. MeDonell' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stiling left on ing to Florida early] and indications are ling, formerly of Texas, takes the house Mr. and Mrs. Schubert, of Montgomery

*. Mr. Jos. Brown,of City Point, the steamer St. Lucic Tuesday for Saco, that there will be a crowd. and forty acres of land-a pleasant placein Ala.. are the guests of their parents.
evening to Miss SallicWimberley a beautiful location. Mr. Couklinc
rts married that Me., where they intend spending some Mrs. F. "'. Comstock and daughters, C. E. Chaffee attended the meeting of
Fernandina and Mr. .Tai. has made arrangements, we believe, tc
> of ; two or three months before returning tc Malabar, were in town several days last the Board of County Commissioners on
Annie Wimberley, also oi I have an artesian well put down on the
Crown to Miss Cocoa. week visiting relatives and.friends Monday.
Point aud Fernandina respectively] place. Mr. G. W. Idner also intends tc

City the Dr.y.. L. Hughlett arrived at his Guava bushes seem to be about as'full have one on his Ro>edalc place. :\[r. Capt. ThomasJ. DeSteuben made us a
performed
Jas. Bolton ceremony;
far to the rites of the :lfethodistCharch. home in Rockledge last week, after n as they can be, but are still blooming.I Conkling has sold ten acres of his placeto pleasant call on his way down to St.

according. Rain prevented' quite a numtai pleasant visit north. His brother, Mr. heavily. The jelly crop ought to be a Mrs. Ella Cope. lIe has been here Lucie River.

invited guests being present to witness Lucius Hughlett, accompanied him to good one this year if sugar does not get through the winter, and so far through] :\r8.Iratt left for Warsawis., ., last

oft ". Mr. J. L. Hudnall and Indian River, and intends making hi? out of sight. the summer and likes it very much. lie week. She expects to return wt er -
rcmon)
the re
Miss Minnie Joyner, and Mr. L. Wimlerley home here. The Georgiana continues to make good expects a number of friends here this husband in the fall.

and Miss Carrie Hudnall officiated Mr. A. A. Taylor bailed up to Titus- time. She was delayed on one trip by fall to settle. D. A. Beckwith, of Jacksonville, was

u groomsmen and bridesmaids. The ville last week in his pretty yacht Coquette being blown on a shoal in a. heavy squall, We notice Joseph F. Chase, of :Mala in town recently, representing the relia

brides were attired in white Irirh embroidery but he says he will take the but she usually comes in in good season, bar, advertises to make final proof on ble house of Walker, Evans & Cog well.

without the accustomed, steamer next time, as he does not like with a heavy load of freight.The his homestead, opposite: Malabar P. O. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Taucre had an informal -

and the grooms wore the usual black being becalmed out on the river all night. 'gator business still continues live Few parties have so well complied with celebration of their first wedding

Refreshments. of ice cream, cake and : lIe left Titusville at G o'clock p. m., but ly. The people in the settlement southwest the spirit and letter of the law as ha I anniversary on the 27th ult. A pleasanttime

fruit were afterwards enjoyed by those : the wind died out and it was i) a. m. before of us come in usually twice a week Mr. Chase. Though having manifold dis was enjoyed by those present.

the he reached Coe: a. with loads of and back with he has persevered in his
fortunately present, and many are pelts go couragements, Dr. F. M. Welles and wife, of Chelsea,

good wishes following the two Mr. and Dr. Hughlett and Dr. Daniels]: were loads of provisions and dry good endeavors to make a comfortable home; i Mass., were pleasant callers last week.

Mrs.Brown's for their future lives. They busy all day Saturday and Monday un One of the century plants at Baalam has built a good two-story house; well The doctor is thinking of buying land

will make City Point their home. packing the numerous boxes of drugs, Allen's place is blossoming; the other finished and painted throughout, has here for several Massachusetts families.

-- ---- etc., with which they will fill the shelve, flower stalk broke oft The blossoms are cleared up nicely around the house andis
I C. McCarty and family are comfortably -
The entertainment.IV ,. of their handsome Indian River Drug insignificant:; resembling a long seed busy: with several colored hands, clear I located in their neat new cot-

Company store. The store is completed, with a little white fringe at one end. ing and grubbing land for pineapples.
entertainment for the benefit of other
tage. They are making improvements -
and with its fresh dress of paint looks: We were surprised; to see the extensive
the)(. E. Church Monday night wa: Wednesday morning some fi hermenemplo'ed and will set out a large number of

uite"a success: taken all in all. The hall] quite attractive. We wish the company by Hamilton & Co., of Titus and substantial improvements already pineapples, and later on orange and
5 made. Mr. Chase has also been experimenting .
was fairly crowded, which was partially]] every success. ville, set their nets here and captured, lemon trees.
with and the
vegetables, on day
accounted for by the admission being Lake Worth.More after the Georgiana left at 5. a m., 400 of our visit had sweet potatoes, tomatoes Messrs. Taurman, Keck and Hutchin-

The from the sale of referred big mullet, beside bass and other fish.
free. proceeds dry
and cucumbers fresh from his own son hunted bears on the ocean beach re
gar-
and refreshments amounted more They were packed in ice and shipped on
scats And then
. wet. den. The old Spanish proverb that cently. They killed a large one and the
the St. Lucie.
to nearly $30.00 Mosquitoes noted by their absence. "nothing is impossible:: to him who only community enjoyed a generous treat.

The following waoier)' Will Spiers, former captain of the .
programme Showers caused slim attendance at wills" seems to apply particularly to set Taurman never does things by halves.A

nicely carried out: Sunday services and Sunday School on Loxahatchee, arrived here Saturday to tiers here. We hear so often "you can't recent trip to Eden found the peo-

Opening Chorus: -"Glory to God in the take his place as pilot and general util-
the 21st. raise this or that here"that, new comers ple busy with their pineapple business.Messrs. .

Highest." The left for the the ity man on the Georgiana for the sum- are apt to take it for truth and become Winans and Richards will set
citation-"The Factory Girls' LastDay" Ruby Dye Keys on mer. We noticed he had the P. R. cutso
18th Clerk and Mr. disheartened-when the fact isthey don'ttry 125,000 in a single field. The whole num-
County Quimby
Miss Claude sand-flies could
Vanlandiiighain. the and
Ford mosquitoes: and those alone succeed who do and ber set:: at Eden this year will exceed
"Temperance Alphabet" By 26 little going as passengers. not hide in his hair.
dare. half a million, while Ankona will put
O. S. Porter to set out
School scholars. Capt. expects
Sunday Capt. Tony Canova, with the Tarpon, U. D'ONOHU. out over 100,000.

tltion-hThe Loss of the Oneida"- about two acres of pineapples on his west passed here last Wednesday bound for ---- -- OCCASIONAL.llypoluxo. .
side homestead this in addition to
Miss Lizzie season ,
English. Key West and pineapple slips. He was The Late Prohibition Tote.

Jkag-'Little Buttercup" (from Pina his other improvements accompanied by Jas.! E. Paine and T. C. .
By request of one oi our friends on
fore)-Miss Lennio Ender. Messrs.: Jenkins*, Parker and High- Nicholson, and was joined at Tillman by Indian River we publish the following Growing weather. ,

Etcitltion-hThe, Deacon's Court hip"Jfiss smith went out after deer on the 21st Jas. '\T. Boone and Fred Valentine for a from Pineapples about gone. v -
extract a speech made by Senator

Ethel Rumph. and returned that same evening. There trip to the Island City. Blair recently concerning liquor business Guavas jut getting plent Measured;

Duct-Comic-MissC8 Lennie Ender and is rattlesnake less in this section as a
one
Mr. Downey put down a drive well for and the vote on prohibition, which} two from my sour tree and found them

Frankie Gruber. resultof their trip, but deer are still as the Indian River Steamboat Companyat in several States decided for high license nine inches each in circumference. Can

Eecitation-"Marguerite of France"Mhas !' plentiful as ever. the head of general wharf. Last Wednesday rather than a prohibitory State law : show similar ones for the next two
Carrie Gruber. SAM.
.. good flow was obtained of fresh, "The liquor traffic must cease. It will mouths.
Tableau-"Gypsy Camp.
WltarfU&e Complaint. sweet water, very slightly impregnatedwith cease. I have never felt so sure of its And there were giants in those days,"
Eecitation. for Hus-
"Advertising a
27 1SS9. sulphur. It will be a great conven- end as now. I know that the public and we have one of their descendantswith :
Micco.
hand"-Miss Carrie Gruber. July ,
ience to sail as well as steamboats.We mind will not let go. There is a logic in us now. We call him, for short,
The recitations werQ all well rendered, To the Editor of the Florida Star:
saw some handsome plates of fruitat the mind of common man surer than George Herbert Kolumbus Chartres. He
kindnessto
SIR Please have the
particularly those by Miss Ethel Rumph DEAn -
little in valuable the Goode House last Sunday, com- the conclusion of your philosopher. Humanity is no relation to the Duke DcChartres,
and Miss Carrie ruber. "Little Butter allow me a space your
lemons knows by instinct what is for its the of good fellows. For 'n
(UP"fas encored so loudly that little columns in regard to' wharfage prising peaches, pears, pineapples, but u prince

Miss Lennie reappeared and it charges at Titusville. The charges are scarlet guavas, Cantaloupes and own good. Alcohol is a poison ; science consideration he will deliver' to you a
sang
hundred watermelons, besides tomatoes and cu has proved it ; greed and appetite alone genuine Spanish carronade, weighing
*"iin. The Comic-duet, too, was also over twenty cents per one
in all cumbers. The peaches and pears were deny it. The people will soon compre seven hundred poun s. He has a cannon
I received two
loudly encored and considered the pounds. packages,
was
raised in Georgia, the balance here. hend this great basic truth-alcohol is a mine on the beach, accessible only at low
kit of 280 and the wharfage chargeswere
the evening, both the little girls pounds,
pouon. It is always a curse, save when,, tide. He has already unearthed and un-
Another transfer for last week
to was
Deceiving flowers and also presents from 59 cents. I am not opposed
as a poison, it be a medicine. The watered three cast-iron evidentlyof
the audience, and responded promptly wharfage, but I am opposed to such ex- from W. N. Camp Esq.. to John Bon- may guns,
people are studying. They are learning make three inch bore and
by repeating the duet. The tableau orbitant charges as that of the boats belong ning, of Chicago, fifty feet on New Haven Spanish ,
temperance from the teachings of science between four and five feet long. How came
'' shouted for to the Jacksonville, Tampa and avenue, cast of Mr. Gibbs' place,
JPy Camp, was << again
and not from the emotions excitedby there? do Whisper-In
they you say.
This
rid again, but the fire in the havfcggone Key West Railway Company.I running through to Crane Creek.
camp
by the that Capt. Watsonis takes another strip of the marsh that is platform oratory. They are reading Miss Parloa's: Cook Book, page 27, para-
out just as the curtain lowered, see papers
which will lx convertedinto strong, clear, calm and irrefutable essays graph nine, you may find the following
of
It could not be The refreshments going to superintend the building so unsightly,
repeated. and books upon all branches of this vast bit of medieval history. In the year 1519or
were all cold out, and lack of ice two boats for the river. I suppose, when a garden.
and intricate problem which embracesall 1915, I disremember which after the
prevented the ladies from making the they are ready, he expects to have as Lester Buman, who has been spending
the interests of man. Ten years of Dutch had taken Holland they chased a
Entity of cream they wished to. much collected at this rate wharfage as several weeks with his friend Fred Valentine -
this process will leaven the whole lump. Spanish frigate across the seas. On a
_--- '-- will pay for one, or both, and then comeback has returned to his home. Both
The late prohibition defeats are victories.Let dark night she ran bump againstthis
-Several communications have been and boast of what great tiling he proposed to take a trip to Key West in very
no one despair but the rumpower.Do continent, just abeam of Captain
deferred until next week for publication. has done for the people and the great accommodations the Sailor Boy and the day for their departure -
take notice now to quit. Get your Pierce' place and these old cannon andI
you ,
There will be a meeting of the or- he is giving them, whenit was set several times. The start
_tt capital into something else. Save your are alone left to tell this tale. This is
Re growers of Indian River at Cocoa is at their own expense. I thought I was postponed from time to time from
own boy. Twenty from now he authentic as most history, and you
years as
J Wednesday, the 7th day of August would have a chance to have a little chat one cause or another until Mr. Buman
ti take can not get a living selling rum any more had better believe it rather than hunt
into consideration the shipment with the captain, but he did not stop long had to leave us.
ftb than he can now by the practice of any for proof to contradict me. During the
e .
coming of Address- Micco to give us a chance.I
crop enough at circu-
oranges. Over
a year ago a petition was
crime. You like there
conceded
are going out have been reposing some
they
U be made b Mr. W. H. Cook, of f learned, from good authority, that Gen years
: ) lated here praying the Postmaster
.._ the slave trade and slavery itself. We of them have been almost covered by the
jomona, and others. Everyone should while he was here there was something eral to make this a money-order office.
with We determined this coast.
** are guilty you. are rock formation common to
Present. said about another opening to Indian We learn the has been
petition granted, to stop our connivance and participation.Go This is a nut for the geologists to crack.
'V. & River when it was said they would starve and that will have both postal
we soon
1V about work. Set of themoneis
heat, a prominent Republican diligently your Mr. C. has recovered three
'r bla anything out that would come. Now, notes and money orders. People who houses in order 0 brethren in the S. X-
> county, who lives near Mill- In- your now up Indian, River, Keeper
of
Mr. Editor, that is for the people have had occasion to send small
;' mptech to kill himself Monday any liquor trade, for to-morrow your trade Andrews has one mounted at his cottage
,
c dian River to and not an official at had wait
say for goods and have to
.: b. Y cutbnJ; his throat with a razor. sums shall die. Look out now for national a standing menace to the Bahamas. Mr.
Dr.? the head of such charges. I think Mr. weeks sometimes before the
ilt, Was called and the wound was necessary prohibition. State prohibition must always C. got the last one out without any help,
fo : "'atson'ha., just "killed the goose that small bills could be obtained will know
be serious fail for it cannot control manufacture mechanical with main
hutto J but not necessarily human or just
i) for I have to find
laid the golden egg how appreciate the new order of things.
\ national crow-bar.
eat is said to have been an npetnt with the and transportation. Only strength, awkwardness and a

j.'.. tti.\'._ for Mr, James Crona's office in the first one that is satisfied accomodationsthey We spoke last week of the success of prohibition can do that. Until that is He put it, unaided, to the top of the

f 1111'1 yard, and for two months orbeen present arrangements or j, D. W. :McQuaig and party. We got our done almost nothing is done." beach ridge, about twenty-five feet high.

I II10re 'n. au unsound conditionaimed. are boasted of getting. I information second-hand, and stated we It is for Capt. Hunt and his yacht Deer-
in this
of :ifld. No au.;e for the deed is as- There is another young man trunk sent were told so and so. We are informedby William L. Dorr, of Federal Point, hound. I expect they are going after

k.. neighborhood who had his Mr. Me. that his party of three killed Fla., is summering in Alaska. Writingto venison. After the hunt he will drop a

:, 0011 nda.r afternoon about 4 o'clock him and the wharfage, I learn, was 45 279 'gators in twelve days. Seems at the Palatka Herald, he says: "Since chain in the lake with the Deerhound on
if
resi idence of Burton & Harrison at cents. I would like to know everyonethat at the first sight as if the race must soon be ex- coming on this trip I have been more and one end and the gun on the other, and

Crescen t City, with its entire contents, has goods come are charged termininated at that rate. We are informed more impressed that Florida ought to then neither of them can go off. Little

*& ucttrFed by lire. Both of the own.tinge same rate? j however, that they increase in-' have an excursion agency. I came out boys should not monkey around fire-

tj re absent Yours respectfully, ; stead ; that many of the larger ones here through the interests and represen- arms. RUTHV ES.
at the
time Mr Burton
\ WILLIAMSON.Mr. .
at Summer JOSEPH j killed are old he-fellows, who eat many tations of Whitcomb's excursion agency. ..
Haven and MrHar" 'I
riaon bad killed otherwise From New York to San Francisco The two condemned negroes in the
left L. Luca.and wife, of Eden,. i more young 'gators than are my
only a few days before for G. in-
cut. The litusville last Thursday" j and that when they have been ticket covered all traveling and hotel Volusia,county jail spend their nights
house situated in through
the Oran ge was passed to their summering at, held in check the saurians are more plen- expen Pullman car and meals all the singing and prayer. A contemporarythinks
groTC route I
and
a large, number ofwerc morning en
their been better -
e it would have to purpose
We find it and
net trees Mr. P. G. LeTournau, also tiful than before. way through. a good easy '
t ruined from the Baltimore. I commenced at earlier.
uecq of the lames.-Some_ of them were, of Eden, was on his way north the same Some weeks ago the sale of part of J. way to travel, and- we. make a good many. had it been -an .
ti&htee in life.
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from the Lank need not necessarily be rrsr.n with twinkling eyes a self satisfied "Lest he might; have seen the five I Iliad been: made by Dovr ney at Rivets, ri

j jt E DETECT IrE DOWNEY made until this Barrington returns you smirk} and he had a fixed idea that at stars in the box" i and at Quorn Lodge it became

will asciirtain by telegraph at what date the bottom of every crime and misdemeanor "No, no. I must be a muff if I couldn't j that the house was net onlyi but up,bnt

that departs from, or, so to speak have hidden that from such a duffer as ', had changed ownership. Mr. Joseph

i 1 he means to reach England, and you can nes above the lowest of the vulgar, Downey! Because the empty case was I was interviewed, and found to be ::
Bv MBS. OASHEL HOES carry out the plans already formed, provided co
here is a woman! lIe did not he had
persuade in the safe, and tha diamonds were securely pletely en regie; purchased
connected with the Drax- the
nothing himself that his fixed idea was an original packed for traveling in this." a 1 villa and all its contents from Mr.

Of course tin two men had theirc"en- ton business turns up before he can possibly one; on the contrary he rendered He held up with a chuckle a small risen; and the fact that the Ilot
I snug
: here. The chief danger to be little
Morrison settled get
ing papers. and Mr. ;>inter homage to tb.3 promulgates of it, leather pouch with two loops, made fora place had been Morrison's freehold
1 is from Treherne who either I
apprehended pop
himself to lii.s Pall Mall immediately, and regarded the distinguished uttererof i! became known to his
1 belt to be passed through them dropped erty ernplovers
while 3Ir. Treherae. who would have does not know, as a director, the stake for
1 the: famous phrase "Cherchez kt it back into his breast pocket and said I I the first time. Thin; now looked

liked to talk resigned himself to The St. of the bank in Barrington's former property femmo," as a wiser than Solomon, although with his evil smile: serious, and the victims were only tert

James'. The of that morning's :i or has forgotten it. If he learns InoJ,
r primeur after all he only to thatsase's sustained the
gave "What a lot of the ridiculous there al- erately by
: the fact is reminded of it he will rfpresenbtio--
World had already lost its freshness and or ,
conclusions an epigrammatic form. is in everything! The 'U. and D.' of Downey who, having been
ways : employ
its start: the story of Mr. Barrington, of j want to have the deeds and documents: I
Of course his fixed idea led him wildly would give Downey something handsomeby at first merely to "inquire,"
the and all must was co.
Draxton. figured in the columns of both inspected on spot, come
i wrong on some occasions but it had and by for a clew to the history of the I called into consultation at the special
13.
and out. In the one C3.3e'ou kayo at the .
with comments moralizings
/ l journal r guided him straight enough on others; '\\'abh' diamonds-they were known by stigation of Mr. Treherne
ifter the respective fashion of each, and worst six weeks for action, in the other I
he had a respectable list of criminal ** Unbounded
another although
have week. It is for the latter name once. carefully concealed .
ha"in3imultmooaslj' one
Mr. Morrison! and Mr. Treherne ; you '
convictions to his credit and
was "You never told me that story." : was the delight of Downey. Her
You feel
.' discovered the romance emergency we havetopro'\"ide. 1
1 1no ; probably, as happy a mamas one could "No; but I will, if we pull this was a really good case and he was fl
2 in real life looked at each other on doubt that this man Downey will be &

reaching the end of the paragraph."Read employed meet in a day's walk. Whether he aspired ,. through. man to deal with it. lie proposed to

;I ; this-about the fellow n to the immortality of volume of On the following day Mrs. Morrison applied deal! with it on the pessimist side to

4 41 Jut in 3Ielbourne asked Mr.young Treherne.3Iorrison memoirs was known only to himself; it herself to a number: of household take for granted that Morrison Iud so IUe

,} .....-.11r nodded a looked like it, for the invariable occupa- and social duties. The servants were in- reason for believing that the same

formed that:Mr. and Mrs. Morrison would was and had absconded
"Lucky dog! Seems to have deserved tion of his leisure was the copying and up on tii
rl abroad for Mr. Morrison's time of of a trip to the
-. __ it, too. Odd sort of experience in a arrangement of a voluminous mass of go pretext continent If
noted. : leave, and Louise was instructed to pack this were so, then Downey could safely
man's life-to be born to wealth, and
I Such was the man, a queer specimenof [sundry trunks in advance and label affirm that Morrison was the coolest haad
Jose it throughprecious rascal; then to .
a swange class, to whom the elegantly ; them for Paris Mrs. Morrison proposed he had ever met in the whole course of
I have it thrust him like this. If I ,
r upon dressed lady, on whom he waited at the '| to replace her by a Frenchwoman. In his business; for ho had sent for hia
were in his shoes I shouldn't encumber ,
time and not tho afternoon Mrs. Morrison made and employed him in
t' appointed gave an agitated several Downey, a personal
myself with an old house and a Jot of
-I very clear account of her loss of a valuable : calls, during which she talked of thai matter a few days before he left London
land in a dreary country, especially now
: diamond star. He received the communication i i approaching journey, and said she hardly Downey had also been with him the
when wise man's is to very
object get
_ -I : every ; without comment, but made felt equal to it, but could not allow day day before to arrange for communion
i rid of of the kind but each I
property ; ,A "'III !! elaborate notes, and complimented the of her husband's precious "leave" to be ing with Mrs Morrison on the subject
one to his taste. I know what I should I
'' 11' r" i. perturbed lady on her foresight in bringing lost. Her appearance confirmed her the stolen diamond star. The addres
t do if I came in for such a good thing; I "tl'l'' I If !( .
should," etc., etc. Thus Mr. Treherne : il\ '\tv' t .1 I//' /j' ':;:} i the four remaining stars for him to i I! words: she was looking ill. up to a certain date not yet expired, wa
,
\\\1 \ : see, although, he added, one would have to be Lucerne; and, Mr. Downey
\ '
El- M"I i argued
animated strain. Mr. I 1 1 ,
talked on in an \, -- )lr. Morrison returned in high spirits,
I .M'r. : been sufficient for of identifi- why should she not have there
Morrison did not interrupt the flow of I I .. i purposes j and before dinner his wife knew that so gone ,even
: 1 | cation. Mr. Morrison was present at the supposing Morrison to have pushed
his remarks by a single word, ho merely : / ll//UI II Ii 1 far all was well, and Mr. Josephus had onto
i interview but took no part in the narrative a safer place? From his experience of
fanned himself slightly with his lIt. \ i been as good as his word. While tho
very \
i l. ; of the loss of the star, and on its women, Mr. Downey argued that if you
Pall Mall, and thought-"He does not / 1)1 j solemn butler was in the room, Mrs. Mor-
f I ) / ; conclusion locked the jewel case in calculated one: of them
/ i \ G up upon stickiaj
know. He docs not know. j \, 1 rison suggested to her husband that as
his safe at the of Downey almost amount of
suggestion
through
',r.i any difficulty
When Mr. Morrison reached home he : --'i. i!i an alleviation of the fatigue of the start
,
:;.-- I who inclined to the belief that the robbery and danger to her diamonds or the ghost
( surprised his solemn butler by going into : they should go to the Grosvenor hotel
,; "Let tfJO ovur the points once more." I was a put up affair, and suggested of them, as he might call the chance of
the dining room and asking for a little : for a day or two and set out from thence.
i "None whatever. He has always that it would be well to inquire into the getting any stolen ones back, you'll fial
brandy having drank half a glassful, Mr. Morrison replied that she could do
; worked for the bank, and Treherne hasa antecedents of Mrs. Morrison's maid. j you've started right anyhow.
he looked at himself in the mirror, was j' so if she liked, although he did not see
great opinion of him; he knew of him : But this theory was impatiently routed "'Vhere er he is,she's at Lucerne,"repeated -
apparently reassured, and stopped out on i that she would gain much by it. So this
before. i by Mr. Morrison intervening to explain :Mr. Downey "and a
; good
the lawn to join his wife, according to I plan was agreed and at noon the very
"Have you a great opinion of him? that Louise had not known until she had upon thing it is that I can identify her."
custom. ; next day, Mr. Morrison having left home
4i I "I don't think much of any of these to dress her mistress for the ball that "Providential, quite!" murmured Jlr.!
"I'm glad we are not going out, and I I at the usual hour, Mrs. Morrison: stepped
gentry. But of one thing I am quite M rs. Morrison intended to wear her Treherne.
that nobody's coming, he said to himself driven
into her brougham and
he could not fail to detect in was away
1 sure; me 'diamonds. Downey regretfully accepted II
as he made his way to the garden from Quorn Lodge for the last time.
disguise. the conclusion that the only
.'t '' bench on which lie sat her dress, composed any case was I The of the ."Ihe
I repose plrosa.nt"illa remained sooner I start the better, gentlemen -
"Then tho sooner Downey knows me one of common "grabbing after all, for I Ii
." of cream colored muslin and lace, i unbroken for some days, but at ,"proceeded the detecti "There'ijust
by sight, and I know Downey by sight, i he dearly loved a complication, and was I
sweetly but expensively simple, making I the better. So I shall have occasion to especially partial to affairs in which I last a letter, bearing a London postmark, the chance-though the sale of the!

s a spot of light against the backgroundof consult Mr. Downey, and arrange to meet household treachery was a leading agent. I was received by the solemn butler and rilla's dead against it-that he may (e

dark shrubs. him in at the bank the caused a commotion. The letter was there quite unsuspectingly, and there
your private room He took his leave, having laid due
j If Mr. Morrison had felt ill or been up- I professional I written by Mr. Morrison, and it simply also the chance that she's keeping bin
day after to-morrow. the difficulties
set by anything during the day, the ef- : emphasis on instructed the to the like fool for
recipient expect arrival hanging on, a ,waiting news
curious
She cast a lingering look the and went
presented by case,
fects were not discernible, and the out- away of a Mr. Josephus, who would of the star. She hasn't much head,I
around the lu.i irious sho left it II pay
room as I wishing that the job were of a higher
remaineds
of-rule half of brandy a
glass all the servants on a liberal scale, indicated should say, judging from the way sha
in the dawn the birds be-
chilly just as order, that, for instance, Mrs. Morrison
secret between himself and the solemn by Mr. Morrison,and dismiss them, told the story of how she'd been robbed
'I
to twitter her face from
gan ; was pale -like so ladies in fact and fiction
many
butler. The tete-a-tete dinner was good
their services longer stuttering and stammering and cryfag
being no required
not from fear and she I ,
fatigue, was I-had stolen her own diamonds, from
perfectly served, and its progress was settle all local claims and take possessionof and contradicting herself-she'll wanttba!
and limb.
steady in nerve A warm ray motives of which it would have beena
unmarked by any incident. Mrs. Morri I the house thenceforth his diamonds at It's much the
her bedroom windows when own prop- any price. so
was striking joy to him to discover and
son was not of a sentimental turn, or expose. erty.It. better for this job but if I an absconding
she laid her head her she was
on pillow; "La femme in the character of
a
she have remarked that her hus-
A. might : is sufficient to record here that all criminal of description I
closed her eyes against it and fell asleep, II claimant in of any
a case legitimate grievance -
band her with unusual atten-
regarded this took Mr. shut head
place. Josephus up should not like a woman with a
with these for her last conscious
thoughts: interested Mr. moder-
tion. He was, indeed, studying her ap- Downey only for awhile with
Quorn Lodge a policeman like Mrs. Morrison's to abscond along
"Has it been worth it? I think it has; .
? and after she left him alone ately.In "
pearance, in charge. But the villa did not with
me.
wo have always known the smash must the course of that day 'Mr. :\Iorrison's -
for the conventional quarter of an hour, long remain unoccupied. Mr. Josephus "But," said Mr. Treherne, "if 10G
and havo made for of the
- some, we our game previous morningwas
he actually but unconsciously said aloud: message acquired an eligible tenant; the family, found Mrs. Morrison alone at Luces
t it. I think we shall win yet. Whatever answered from Melbourne, but not
i "She never looked better or strongerin i I however, is of the "serious" kind, and what would you do then?"*
I will turn tail Mr. An tele-
happens, never on my by Barrington. agent
her life. There's no fear of her. Quorn Lodge is now known as Gilead "Watch her. If ho knows he's found
convictions. I would rather live sailed first.
own
graphed, "Barrington on
i Mrs. Morrison was reading the current Grove. out, and yet is such a fool as to StOP
with clever knave who at all events This the of
a startling
was news; margin
number of London Society by the lightof Mr. Treherne duly returned to town where I've got his address, 111 catch hia;
trusts than with tho honestest of When Mr. Mor-
me, safety was contracting.
a lace shaded lamp, as she reclined in and his directoral duties, but the burstingof but up to the present his record hated
fools; and would rather have no life at rison left the bank that afternoon, after
fr an easy chair of the very last invented the storm did not ensue immediately. got any folly in it-very much the of s
all than life. he had transacted
a cheap
kind. Her attitude and the disposition some very important The signal for that was given by the arrival way. If he's waiting for her anywhere
On the following day an animated con- business, he wired to his wife that he .
w of the light would have been favorable of Mr. Barrington at the "U. andD. she will join him."
versation the of the should be detained in town and betook
I s to a study of her. Her tall,lissom figure on subject romancein I ." in splendid health and spirits, actu- To be ConflJuf
1 real life took in the him in hansom street of
place manager'sroom a to a
very
displayed lines of strength and firmness, I ated by an eager desi* to get through
!
at the "U. and D." between the modest pretensions in Pimlico. There he
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the full throat was a fitting support for : his business, and full of the happy colonial -
directors whose turn of business it dismissed his cab and his inseparable
was, carrying -
_ the rather largo head, the handsome reg- I delusion, so painful by its dispel- Modjeska's Forgetful Bridegroom.
and Mr. Morrison who them black hand he walked
gave a suc- bag, on
War features, bright complexion, and ment, that what it were well should be Mod jeska tells a about her boofij-
cinct account of the complicated rela- to the far end of the street, knockedat story
E masses of rich dark hair,not fine enoughto done quickly is quickly to be done "at that Wba
tions of the bank with the Draxton estate, the door of a house, bearing a small moon issomewbat3.IDusing.
indicate a sensitive organization, but I home. wentffl:
the Count and Countess Bozenta
I and foretold in the futureto brass inscribed and
great profits plate "Josephus,
of the texture that bespeaks a pleasure Into the details of tho discovery thereis tD
their it was
I think
t be made out of the colonial Cr sus. I was admitted. From that house Mr. wedding trip,
loving made attractive picture no need to enter. The "U. and D.,
one, up an I ti1Z
Paris, I am not sure, it does not ti
%t of its kind. This was not an elevated Ho had already telegraphed congratulations Morrison came out only just in time to in its present corporate capacity, and in i i
upandtbtcount
she
and when Bar- the latest train for Riverside. one morning lL'l.djust got
to Mr. catch
i + an inquiry as
g kind. It had once been remarked by a the easier going days when it was a had been for hour or t*
out an :
rington intended to start for England. "Josephus isn't a bad fellow at all, firm had E
cherished
in its busi-
sylph like creature with flaxen hair and private : to"
t Ho had felt all the time as though he I said Mr. Morrison to his wife, after he taking a morning walk. He came t
pale eyes, that"if it were not for )Irs.orrison's ness and its bosom as finished a specimenof
were standing on a powder mine, but he had run through the narrative of his the kind and appeared to be excited. 1 1i
taste in dress there would be
"unmitigated viper as ever "
"Helen! Helen! Como here 1r
i
I stood there with the
the to of
something very barmaidish about her." metaphorically, proceedings subsequent receipt knew a bank, to the detriment of that '

The observation not entirely devoidof coolness and unconcern which only a the startling telegram; _"for that sort of institution. What is itr

i truth. When coldly surveyed she martyr, or a gambler, displays when the man, he's a very good fellow. Of courseit Morrison's frauds had been as ingeniousin "Come her, quick. I've broughty0som osfkeL" c

hour The that has be made worth his but :lovely fruit the first on the
spirit inspired I to while
owed her elegance to her clothes; her re- supreme. the beginning of his career as his t

finement to her surroundings. Without tho knave was that of the gambler, the I then, it is so well worth ours,now that the thefts were audacious at its close. He CODCO" t

vilest spirit of them all and it stood to has The whole disposed "AU right, I'm dressing. I'll
these she would hardly have looked like i push come. thing had enjoyed extraordinary luck, never f

a lady; but n any guise an observer of him then, true to its damnable pact with of by private contract, the money failing to win at whatever game he as soon as I get ready. out. d (

her unmasked face would have read consenting souls. paid down to-morrow, and nothing played. And yet he must for years have She dressed leisurely and came 3* C

therein boldness and readiness.Mr. I That night:Mr.'and: Mrs. Morrison were touched until all is safe. I really don't been frequently within a hair's breadth her room. The count was sitting SI

Morrison once more regarded her present at a crowded ball at a house in see how we could have done better." of detection, up to the moment when the ing, deeply> interested in his wort t&

r Eaton square. Mrs. Morrison, who look- "The things cost twice the ," looked around. No f tuft was to ba t
intently as ho entered the drawing room, money Barriagton incident made it a certainty. Theo
4
seated himself, and took up a book. Ho ed remarkably well wore 'theValsh said Mrs. Morrison ruefully .'The coolness, too, of the really reckless She looked all over tho place. C

diamonds" in a becoming fashion, the "More than that, dear; but the looked up."What I
r was an inattentive reader, his eyes were I my scoundreir said Mr. Treherne, who always -

t constantly directed towards tho table I five stars being sewn upon the bodice of I question is who paid for them?" He boasted and sometimes almost believed are you looking! tor'r"Where's 1C 1t

her On her return to smile and chuckled with the smile and that fruit?'
clock at his wife's elbow, and when they gown. Quorn ; he had never trusted Morrison: ltd
Lodgo she discovered that of the the sound his callousness The count looked on the table,
silver chime rang out ten he rose and one came out, ("I have a remarkable faculty of reading

f approached her. She put down themagazine stars was missing, whereupon she declared and the full vileness of the man somehow character," he wqpld say-and could not there *. t

and smiled-but for a moment her conviction: that tho jewel had revealed itself. "Cheer up, and not quite refrain from a kind of perverse Well," he said, "I'll bo hanged **** C

only. He touched her on the shoulder. been stolen from her person. She remembered don't look so melancholy over your admiration of the man who had done havent eaten it."-.San: Francisco& ttt

and said: I to have been hustled by the pretty things. You will just have as them all so thoroughly-all except him. icle. ttt

: crowd just beyond the awning, when 'in the land were going to,' as the
Will you go to your room and tell I many How thoroughly tho victims did not appreciate Why He Can Smile. .

t, Louise that she need fiot wait for you, she had walked a little way to her Irish emigrant so sweetly sings,providedwe just at once, for when the first An editorial in the Sauk RapldJ,J!:!*

f and will you then come back to me. brougham's place ia the line; she had get there" installment of the truth was discovered, Sentinel : We apologize for tub

here? I have something to say, and we nearly lost her light wrap, and althoughshe "What will happen here?" it was fondly believed that Mr. Morrison made in says all former issues and IS' t

must not be interrupted. blamed her own foolish impatience, "I can't pretty well guess, but what might be caught by the simple expedientof were inexcusable, as all an editor has "

j It was characteristic of her that she she blamed Louise's ineffectual sewingon need we care? We shall either do it or silence on the part of all concerned.If do is to hunt and clean the tom

did not ask a question. of tho star much more severely not do it. If we do itt[ don't believe nothing were done, if nothing were and set news and, clean the floor' C

"Certainly. I will," was all she said, severely indeed that the indignant maid anything will ever be heard of the 'mat- said, to alarm him, was there not reasonto type items, and foldja J R
short
,
_and in a moment she had left the room. gave her warning on the spot. ter. The bank can stand the racket. It believe that he would come back as write pen_ pa. I

r. She returned quickly, and found him Detective Downey had formerly be- isn't a shaky affair, to be knocked over usual, totally unsuspecting? As the bank wrappers, and make the + :

still standing by her vacant chair She longed to "the force," but he had retired by a Farquharson; they'll settle it behind authorities knew nothing about his telegram distribute mail the papers, and talk to TIsitOA,4 waUr IIs It

; put. out her hand to him as she saiJ: and set up on his own account, in conse- closed doors, among themselves, and nor did Mr. Barrington, there was type, and carry lO:
..11 .. it of the divergence of his views it with and the saw wood, and read the proofs, ; Ist
::- come: S i MKin1t quence square Barrington others. nothing to suggest to them that anything :

.t "1 ff':1T'O. I t'1: !; .vj." from those of his superior officers, and If we don't do it," he paused, and his had occurred to startle Morrison, and he rest the mistakes, and hunt the the bid",. Itzt
write
\ "An* you |r T,':uirljTY his rooted belief that there existed in this heavy brows contracted "well, you andI might therefore walk into the lion's den dun editorials, and dodge cussing ft ztZ

''' .-*. it I"Now. t. n ,....1 tiHP." country but one real adept in detection, know about that. We are partners in -otherwise his own room in tho "U. delinquents and take 1asN ztIr

it'll tuTlit :;.. ;..".:It it." whose name was Richard Downey. The this game, Jane, but I have more to and D.-with fearless confidence. This the whole force, and tell our su Irti

"c-..u"!u ttij; !"..:u.-:.A .: of the long man was an enthusiast in his calling,and lose. You will be safe any way." theory was so soothing (especially as we need money. *?

tu.:::..rf'.t;'.. !h..tw. 'U :1.h, ...iJ Mr }Iorr'> ho held none, living or dead, in such His wife looked at him for a moment there was every reason to believe that We say that we've no business 2 6'a
the8IJ
toIUl ::rv '!!H! ttu.t: 1.\ N 1 '... r -.,.-.!x..I I in tl: ij: reverence as its great chiefs, even the with something of terror and repulsionin :Morrison could be made to disgorge mistakes while attending to -g Sr
oo
i 'plae1'". Tie! wife's lK'!It"flr Ita ::aiilyhtr; l apocryphal ones. For him M. Deooq her face; but the next tIDe conqueredthe freely, that there would be more than matters tail and getting our living fj T 'an
flavored with lmagintK
'jusiiti: : t'i:. luisbanu <".u'n.if'ECe i:11 was as authentic as Napoleon Bonaparte, movement. the mere punishment of the criminal to soup colteif. ,

g good stave ::ud her btrrm:.* ittr\" *. and he would have given the pay of a After a brief silence be said briskly, be attained) that Mr. Treherne began to wearing old shoes and no to s

1. "Let me go
sail Mrs. Murri ou. "The Jiscmvr.; tact: forefinger like Inspector Bucket's; but he thought he already had a clew. It Barrington's'' not having arrived until trailing 'countenance to the one d

i ';the title deeJs" Jpz:,: es in1 ohr sec':::-i-il failing that, he did his best to make a would have been awkward if he had Morrison had gone abroad. tells us our paper Isn't worth make*)_ I', P

l f ties connected; with Drastoa are missinj; lean one emnhatic. He was ajittledark wanted a second look at the diamondi" But this sanguine mood underwent a anyhow ter one with and his that eyes he shot could >I

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awaiting trail for at North' troops to relieve those already there .
burglary I
I I I THE STAKE MONEY. and there is no telling when the militia
STYLE. Bennington last year, cut his way out of
WYOMING i jail here with a case knife Friday night. BURNEDALIVE. I Hew the Sulllvan-Kilrain Boodle Will Be I will be recalled.

He had been allowed liberties I !
j some on Whacked Up. J'mlller Stabbed to the Heart.

--- account of his alleged poor health, but t NEW YORE, July 24.-The great John I BIRMINGHAM. Ala., July 24.-A general -
'rl1 I it seems that he has been shamming. 1 1i ; I L. Sullivan is still here. He evidently drunken row occurred in a saloon at
Cattle cnI)11t"11rl ;
1iro Notorious i His two confederates recently escaped The City of Lu Chow, China, Destroyed i knows when he has a soft snap and pro- First avenue and Fourteenth street late
from the Manchester and Pplse'I
by Cowboys. ,I could ha jail Fire. poses to take full advantage of it. Editor Saturday night, in which a rolling mill
;o escaped with them but declined by
Arthur Lumley, of The New York puddler named Hudsbeth was stabbed to
-- ---- : to !
o
so.
-- I Illustrated News, said that the big fellow the heart dying immediately. Three of

One of Thorn, Kate Maxwell, Cn:"* to Camilla-ArroiintH .6hort. Eighty-Seven Thousand Dwell- was not likely to leave for Boston the participants were arrested charged

"the Cattle Queen;" KANSAS CITY July 25.--It is reported for.a day or two at least The rumor I with the crime, but as yet it cannot be

that E. 11 Polster, lessee of the Terra ings Consumed.Sixteen that the :;::!OOOO stake money would be I fixed on any ono in particular. ,

Cotta Lumber company's plant in this I paid over toda'was denied by Editor i --- -
The Other the rtm'MT ut S\v phvatcr.Jam" : city, has gone to Canada, leaving his Hundred JAves tost-Nenrly 20O- Lumley. who .said: "It will probably ; M'DOW BOUNCED.
Averlll. OiliM-wUe known a-i "t hp i accounts 20,000 short. Polster\s family : be paid during the week."
000 Now Without Shelter and
tler**-Th T err (uphrrrd nt Their left to visit their old home in Germany People Al Cridge, the stakeholder, is now at I J era. 'lest m riiysiciam Refuse to llarui
i: two weeks Dying at the Rate of 100 a lJay-Strong Long Branch where Muldoon is also. I
anal Hanged from the :"amrunbThe : ago.JOHNSTOWN i! Anything to Do With Him.
mach Argument Against Government Controlof Cridge was anxious to over the
Woman IHen Cii rains.CftciBtt. -- -- -q- pay | CHAIILF.STOX, S. C., July 22.-Charlesi -
I SUFFERERS thn Kntlroado-Foreign. boodle last Friday, but those most in- another McDow
i i ton has been treated to
Wy. '1'., July 25.The erested in the disposal of the stake
of UK notorious I :1.tHIa..w ll, Thi- tate Commission Paying ()\C'r the SAN FRANCISCO, July 26.-The steamer aid there was no need of hurrying I sensation. For sev

ladies""t'atll Quoou," and James Avcrill, Relief Fund. j Belgic has arrived from Hong Kong, When asked how much Sullivnn would : eral tried years to become McDow

the ..JOIITOPa.. 19. China. and recent fire at Lu receive of The Illustrated i 1 it
The nt1 t1er. wore found dangling : July Judge j jCummin reports a a representative +. member of the

the tame limb of a large cotton- and William R. Thompson, of j Chow that destroyed 87,000 dwellings. i News said: "Sullivan has already t ,. medical society,
from
: tho state relief commission arrived received $4,GOO. Of this sum '
trtrl Thry were lynched Mondayuyrjjt Sixteen hundred lives were lost. Over v -' but failed until
I 81,000 his bet with Kilrain -
was on entering
of from C.t ;son Springs at 10 o'clock this At t'
jixjj-s. The banks \\vct- yesterday year.
br co 170,000 people are without shelter, and the ring and 83,000: was his shareof
I
: These immediately of thosociety
morning. gentlemen meeting
!('r rltlJ"horu county. war Indcw i dying at the rate of 100 a day. the excursion money and gate re-
their office for the held
opened I II II only
vtoux* rock, was tho fCt:lii of the ceipts. Of this sum ho has in all probability ti
w" I payment of the $<>00,000 of the governor's : s a few months before -
A SEVERE: SET-BACK paid out 2,000..
b:. :1I;. fund and $4 OOvO of the Pitts- fully : the murder
lrenll was postmaster at bweetwater. relief committee's fund. About When the stake"money is disposedof. .t\t e Dawson he
I burg To Those Who Favor Governmental Control Capt.
Sullivan will receive which ..
Maxwell was the heroine ofthe : 810,000,
tad Kate i hundred admitted ton'DOW
mostly
one applicants, poorer of lailroac1 was
will his total to 814.HOO. .
that went the bring up receipts -
sensational story classes in : His
were waiting. ; LONDON 20. It has of lute become membership.
July --- His backers will receive the other
ronntl' of newspapers three months ago I During the day the relief commission : fashion .i success was due to the absence of the
the here, as well as in. 810,000, which will be divided as follows -
c-bHt "J ta raidod a gambling house and issued KM checKS aggregating 51(, 3.3.5.: I i 1 leading spirits of the society. Tho opposition -
I America to laud the management of the after paving ,at least Si,000 toBilly
n'tn"I'PCl a large stun of money won I Treasurer Thompson cashed 140 of the I :, McDow was based on his unprofessional -
for
Muldoon his trouble and labor
'' I checks to GS:>. A continental roads by government officials methods of his
$14 I
fl1G lj'r "mpI(). ( !' amounting large j building up
I in the To The Illustrated
I training
The inan and woman'r' accused of I number of new claims are under consideration siiid to draw comparisons between slugger.half :! practice, and also on account of his
leans cttt1t' thiovos. as the di>npj)earauce : and it is not believed that -I the results of private and governmental News one to Charlie Johnston I! reputation for frequent indulgence in

of tock have berg very<< frequent of $r;00,000 of the governor's fund will control, in favor of tho latter. Such one quarter to Jim Wakcley oneqUo.lter. : little indiscretions.iiven .
Sullivan will also make Mul
the Swectwater region. Fifty I' reach the sufferers at the rate orders conclusions will, however, receive a severe -
late in : the Cold SUouMer.
doon to whom in he
,
,
a great measure
I'I'I shock from the evidence adduced
branded steers issued Another distribution -
yearling wcrocenntfd yesterday.
were
freshly When he succeeded in into
I his which it is : getting
owes success a present ,
ia the Averill-1 Iaxw1l herds j will follow the present, and ; before the court of inquiry now in session !I
j the I there storm of indignation
said, will be nothing less; than a :81,000; I society was a -
I Munich Bavaria which is investigating
,
,
Saturday. That confirmed the sus-! all will be considered in the order of the older members. He
United States note. I i among
,
r.dOD of the stockmen, and fifteen or ;! their coming. {I tho recent railway disaster near was given the cold shoulder on all occasions -

twenty men well anned, visited their | As the warrants were issued and the j ji there, through which a dozen people EIGHT HUMAN SKELETONS ;, and made to feel very plainly
ranch determined upon an extermination i amounts handed out, after being sworn j lost their lives and ruany more were seri- I that he was not wanted. Knowing the

of the notorious couple.. The cattle I to by the applicants, there was one '' ously injured. Found in a Cavern in the Chalk Cliff's :| sentiment against him McDow sent in

thieves gad a boy in their employ were grand howl of indignation and disappointment Poorly Paid and Overworked. Near St. Helena, :Nebraska. I i; his letter of resignation from the society

found fitting around tlu'fireplam' sinok- I' at tho small amounts award The evidence develops the fact that YA NKTON, Dak, July 24.-The little ,I i as soon as lie was acquitted. This letter

itg cigarette*. 1'cd. To illustrate: The well known the servants of the Bavarian railroads: village of St. Helena, on the Nebraska i I I was considered at the last meeting of

\\iuchester was poked through cadi Chal. Dick, of Johnstown, lost $=>.000', are wretchedly under-paid and overworked I, side of the Missouri ten miles below : the society, and much discussed
window awl half a dozen men rushed 'h.r the flood. Dick filed a claim for and tho roads '
as a consequence ; Yankton, is in a state of excitement overa !I Finally it was decided to let it remaini
into the room with guns leveled. The {j :3OOO. His warrant was filled out for wretchedly served by a very incapable ; made there Sun- i i over until tho meeting to-day for action.
trio tried to reach their weapons but : 8SO. Dick was angry, refusing to accept | class of men. }'requenthmen upon ghastly discovery :
Avcrill andvhiccd. the amount awarded. i day. Parties who were prospecting in Not Permitted to Resign.
verc overpowered. tagged I whose watchfulness and care the
but Kate simply curse She : \V. Horace Rose and John P. Linton >i lives of passengers depend are kept at I the chalk cliffs of that neighborhood for I A special meeting of the society wasi

called for her own horbo and rodo to the have joined hands with Dick, and re- 1 j their posts for two and some times three ,! material for manufacturers of cement, I,i i held Thursday morning to consider tho

tree selected for tho scaffold. fuse to tako tho oath required. It is : whole days and nights without any in- i, came upon a small opening in the Missouri case. It was unanimously decided that
resist and tho that the better class of river face of the rockIt i j Dr. McDow's letter of resignation
Amill did not boy was \ thought people I termission for rest or refreshment. The I
informed he would not be harmed. The will refuse to accept such amounts as j I! switchman, through whose blunder this : was found to be a large apartment, i i should not be read, but that he should
of Kate made offered and that there I carved by nature in. the soft, chalky !! bo expelled from the society. The secretary -
far, who was a nephew a : are now being j last accident occurred, is nearly 70 :yearsof
pa!* at one of tho cowboys when she 1 will yet bo serious trouble over the dij i j age and half idiot, a man whose ap- ;, substance, but the startling feature of I of the society has given the fol-

*as being prepared for the hanging, j vision of tho money. The highest i pointment must be regarded as a crime. the incident was the discovery within lowing resolutions to the press:
this cave of eight human skeletons. WHEREAS, It has been brought to the no-
down with [ II
knocked revolver.AvrriU's to
I 5 1 was a amount paid any one person was Accidents Frequent. I
1 lowest These were lying about the cavern in'' tic-w of the society that Dr. T. Ballard Mc
last words were to the effect I $200, the 850.MYSTERIOUS:
that he did not want a certain man to Accidents upon railroads in Bavaria : such disorder as to discredit the theory Dow has ben proved by his own confession

coerced( him as postmaster.Kate SHOOTING. have been both frequent and disastrous, I that the cave might be an ancient burial guilty of immoral, unprofessional and ungentlemanly -
sheratal and complaints of mismanagement have i place. The age of tho bones cannot be conduct, and that after notice
spoke at length, death saying Three Lrf>ti,:liorcmeii Wounded !>y un Unknown j been loud and persistent But all com determined but they have undoubtedly the said Dr. McDow has failed to appear before -
} the manner of her to be I
tcp quiet on her mother's account. As...asMln. 'jj II j plaints were of no avail to swerve the been there a long ti l1e. The belief prevails I the society to exonnerate himself from
YORK 19. A from the reckless niggardliness that the skeletons of the said therefore be it
NEW these
She acknowledged the theft of the cattle. I j July mysteriouscase managers are charges; ,
She then Iwde her nephew good-by II of shooting, in which three longshoremen t11Orolled economy. The neces- I early settlers, who sought the shelter of RESOLVED, That he be expelled from this
iihl commenced The were made the victims of I sity for"making a brilliant show of a ;I the cave when attacked by Indians i body.

Ion sgain were led from under cursing.tho victims I, somebody's malice, has just come to no- I' surplus at the end of each year was the : years ago, and that they were either After the unanimous passage of these
one consideration to which every other : killed in starved to death. resolutions it further decided that
at tin juncture. Loth stns Bled forfOmf' I tice. Frank Meyers, of G Renwick a body or : was
had to yield. The inquiry is not yet member of the who should
rjiimtes and a few bullets were street, and Edward Fanning, of 21( I : my society
I closed but the is Will Fight the Salt Trust.
public thoroughly
hold consultation with
tml I :1to'rill's bolIt is doubtful Elizabeth street both longshoremen I : ever MoDpw or
aroused by what it has so far developed, PrrrsBURG, July 25.-The Pittsburg I him in
if an inquest \iill bo he'ld. I walked into Chambers street hospital Ii recognize any way professionally -
---- I i Wednesday with pistol shot wounds in I and the result will pl'obabllead to an Salt company has positively refused to I' 1 should also be expelled from the society

l.jnchrd by a =planked Mob.Con.v : the body. lie men said that while at I I'I entire change in the management of the sell out or enter into an agreement with and forfeit his right of membership -
the Ocean Bavarian railroads. I the salt trust, known as the North : in any regular medical associationof
IMJC. cohart l. njrr d 22, who attempted 'I wharf, at pier 35. North river, I Ii American Salt company and, as a con- the United States. Dr. John Forest

to catnip Mrs. Rachel Spinner, white i they were shot by some person or per- sequence, the latter is determined to raised a point of order on this resolu-
I
tnr h"na:1'4 taken from the sheriff I sons. The men after having their GOT THEIR JUST DESERTS. crush the big Pittsburg firm if possible. tion. Dr. K. A. Kinloch, the president,

MOD lay night; bv a masked mob and t wounds dressed went away. At noon The Pittsburg Salt company is the I promptly settled it by deciding that the
AVould-lIe Robber of aontreal
IriJfiMi, Ht lead confessed his guilt. i Wednesday James Egan, of 290 Spring i Two a largest; firm opposed to the trust It i resolution was eminently proper and in
Peddler Shot Dead by Him. I comprises what was known as the central conformity with established usngc. It
with threepistol
---- -- street camo into the hospital I Ii ,
Au O!try r'* :Murderer Lynched. i shots in his body. He, too, said MONTREAL, July 23.-A terrible tragedy salt district before the trust was II was then without dissent adopted.

Hl "TOX. W. Va.. July 25.: -Bill Snow, while working on Pier 85: some mysterious occurred a few days ago at St I formed. One of the firm said: "We I

a WTTO, shot and killed Constable Reycokfe person or persons shot him. After Cuthbert, village forty miles down i shall, of course, not antagonize theNorth 1 FIGHTING FAMILI:: .

> last Saturday while tho latter wasbring the bullets were extracted he loft the river. A peddler from Montreal arrived -I American Salt company, but if, i A Pitched Battle Between Tw Families
to arrest him for housebreaking. has thrown 1 i when it begins operations on Jan. 1,
The shooting everybodyin there and went to stay at a friend's I and Their Friends.
Snow ums taken from jail Monday by a ier into state of terror and 1890, it tries"to run our comimny, we
the ) a I i
G01\-.1 of teen and lynched. 1every imagines ho will be shot. I house, but found that all but a daughter, : think we can defend ourselves, and hope I BIRMINGHAM, July 24.-A pitched battle -
one aged 15: had to the city. The occurred in the
Tim police are engaged in trying to find gone i for the patronage of the consumers. Friday morning

FLOODS IN TEXA. out who is doing the shooting, but asyet peddler told her to go to a neighbor'shouse I I western part of this county, between tho

Cher. IlIlI.hf"rll- :-I\.r KnownAnmiMr no arrests have been made. A and get a companion to stay all I'riite-Fighter Picnic. 1 Simpson and Houghton families and

\ Itr I.h... l.olit. I theory given out as the cause of the night with her, but the neighbor refused -i, CHICAGO, July 25.-A dispatch from I friends of both sides. A bloody feud
Indianapolis, 1ml., : A prizefighters -
I shooting is that several longshoremen I II to allow one of the children to go. t says between tho Simpsons and Houghtons
")! '!\ Tex.. July 20.The Colen.J picnic managed by four sports I
I were discharged some time ago and During the night the girl was aroused has existed for three years. In the first
river at this point is thirty-one their places were filled. The three men bv knocks at the door. She: went to a I; 0?western celebrity, attracted a crowd tight Friday two of the Houghton

fft t high and rising. Tho lowlands are who were shot were among the new com- ,window and saw two masked men, who Hoosierdoor I party were killed outright and several of

sU hmii Jatetl and crops are entirely de- ers, and it is believed by a great many demanded her money. She awoke the i the other party were wounded. Simpsons -

Ew "l The damage alone to the cotton that tho old men are trying to get oven peddler and told him and he handed j Indianapolis Sunday. Nearly every- and their friends then took refuge
crorw in this epantr ia estimated at I by shooting them. her his pocket book to give to the rob- body in the crowd was drunk and m an old barn and were attacked by a

tail a million dollars. People are movig'to bers. The latter said this was not I many were bloody and disfigured before party of officers guided by J. B. Houghton. -

tho high lauds, expecting tho ';, DRY, HOT WINDS I I enough and the girl again returned to I the brutal festivities of the day were / Tho Simpsons opened fire and

rarer to wash over e\'el-ything. With in Some Portion I the peddler, who said lie would attend brought to B close. It was about the killed one of the officers Deputy Sher-
I flay llutou Crop
Meloas; fenos and ferry boats are Iconing I to the matter himself. Taking a revolver most disgraceful affair that has occurred iff Morgan of this city, and fatally
down the stream too numerous 1 of North Dakota. from his valise ho went to the window I here in many years. Several robberies wounded 'Houghton. The fire was returned .
wcouat GRAFTON, Dak., July 24.-Dry, hot added to the excitement of the numerous -
It has been raining hero for and shot both men dead. The girl ran and one of the Simpson party
three u(-e5, and crops that aro not winds in portions of the extreme northof to the neighbor's house and told what I' fights. Two of the features of the killed, but the officers retired without

to&tloal! are almost lost in the weeds. Dakota near the boundary line, have had happened, when the woman exclaimed -I occasion were so-called sparring matches, i making arrests.A .

One foot more will cut off all railroad played havoc with the crops, and farm- that it was her husband and son !| closely approaching prize fights. There I messenger from the scene of the

cmumcation.As I ers are reduced to eating field rodents, who had been killed. They had in- I was no interference by the police. i battle has just arrived with a request

Reported From Another Source. I gophers etc. The crop in the Canadian tended robbing the peddler.Two : Sullivan Need Not Be Alarmed. I, that the sheriff send a strong posse at
northwest will be nil. once, as more blood-shed is expected.Five .
t'V.DoTeL.. Young People Drowned. ;I BOSTON, July 25.-A Washington -
special
July 20.-Reports con-
arrived of the and three of the
A of emigrants Friday I Houghtons
tie to party to Tho Journal, that .fohn L.
come from the surrounding KENOSHA, Wis., July 22.-Richard \ says
from the Souris country. They had Sim sons have been killed since the
fore eonnh'y regarding the high water. They traveled 300 miles through a well settled Lyman, aged 23, and Miss Bertha Head I' Sullivan probably need fear no longerthe feud began three years ago, and many
more disastrous. Lives are on the Canadian side without I' aged 20, started out in a row boat Fri- governor of Mississippi, who has others wounded. The two families are
kno country i been defeated for renonimation.. It
n to have been lost Information day evening bound for a bath house on
and the wealthiest and most -
seeing a fair say great many among prominent
JJ5 bin les of tho drowning of a boy in the settlers are leaving crop their laud to drive I the lake shore. A heavy. sea was running I quotes ex-Congressman McKee, of MissISSippi residents in the western part of
Fria this and the boat capsized. The lifesaving as saying that Governor Lousing
their cattle to timbered country on the county.
At Leaky, two men attempting totS of the families looked crew immediately went out and was his campaign against Sullivan -
: the Dry Frio were drowned Satur- side. stricken Some and had eaten nothingbut were at the scene of the mishap in less as one of the elements of his can- j THE HAYTIAN COMMISSION.Why .

dar, Both the Frios are higher than famine and for than five minutes, but the occupants of I vass. "It was a re-election dodge," said
J tI?<7 were ever known, and the destrucJJ potatoes afflicted turnups with some I the boat had disappeared. I he. Possibly as he holds office until I Vas the Commission Appointed.

*of ,property is heavy. The bodies months. They were scurvy I i January, in view of the fact that the Probable Explanation..

!?**. *. Clark's two children have been and were sacrificing themselves. to save ; K. I. Harper's Forlorn Hope. country is laughing at him he may feel I WASHINGTON, July 22.-Whnt may be

recovered.THE. their cattle. I WASHINGTON, July 22.-The application compelled to continue his efforts to secure an explanation of the appointment of a
I At one place, northwest from Turtle for the pardon of E. L. Harper has an extradition of the principals in commission to Hayti has come to light

WATER WAS LOW. i mountains, a family of English emigrants been turned over to Attorney General this fight, but the indications are he before the late President Sala-
back the Shortly
Eotkr who were traveling to Miller the president for an opinion.It will not
by
bptOtllon WafthiuKtoii C. II.. O.T..o mountains had killed and were eatinga is said that both Judges Sage and I mono of Hayti, died, he made a formal

JUlf"t1 and Klfcht Injured. young colt The suffering in that isolated Jackson are opposed to the petition, and I Wealthy Miser Dies in a (?arret. I: proposition to President Cleveland to

.1r -IISG N c H., 0., July 24.-Fri- region will be awful, and those that the district attorney failed to TOPEKA, Kan., July 25.-S. S. Cart- give the United States the absolute

night at :;:30 the boiler in the water- who have means W'illlea\"e in such num- recommend favorable action. wright; a wealthy miser who resided right to the habor of St Nicholas Mole

> b pumping station exploded killtS bers as to depopulate the Canadian t here many year and was worth at least for a naval station. This was done in

* rtro men and seriously injuring northwest They are new settlers in I $250,000, died Monday of heart disease.He the hope of settling any differences between -
'igFt and have no resource but to Maimed Confederate. Vet living in and United States
others. Fred M. Worrell that country Charity was a garret no one his country and the ,
Hoer. unmarried engi- the wheat crop. KNOXVILLE, Tenn., July 22.Some was present at the time of his death. He and was'coupled with the hope that the
blown to
aura pieces
bamel Taylor married of Blooma ;- ; six months ago A. B. Tate a wealthy owned several large: cattle ranches in latter would extend a protectorate over
A.. aA5in. of deeded$20- this state and had valuable real estate and this affairs that islandon
P& was the other killed. The ini2redcre Cowardly Act of mn Unknown farmer Grainger county, Hayti. put on
j Samuel McLean Charlie Rob- KNOXVILLE Tenn., July 20.-The I 000 to the one-legged and one-armed interests in this city. He had two a more stable basis. President Salomon -

g Uoorge Rowe Jim Harper, John little town of Strawberry Plains, fifteen Confederate soldiers of east Tennessee. daughters and a son in Albany, N. Y. died soon after and this delayed

- ito! Dan Hopkins, William Lemat, miles northeast of here, is all excite- The fund was distributed at Morris- His will makes an equal division of the action.
while town Thursday forty-one property among them.Preparing When Mr. Blaine took charge of
Port, TIL, and John P. Martin, ment Monday evening, sitting equally among
U1e ua contractor. The latter was with his family around the supper table, maimed veterans. There was a large for the Worst. I foreign affairs, it is said he was
thirty! foreman of the plantation crowd present and the stars and bars favorably impressed with the proposition
feet but recovered and John Stephens
as- MADISON, Wis, July 25.-One thou-
floated from the house where the and organized the com-
fired
John Meek, was on throughan opera
injured fora few minutes of were
hotbe sand ball to
'l14 became window and his body filled distribution took place. cartridges shipped mission to carry out PresidentSalamon's '
unconscious. He is
open Death was instantanewith West Superior, Monday night, bv the plan. "Hayti is closely,
critical
condition. It is buckshot
1. supthe herself was badly Grand Duke Constantine Speechless. quartermaster general. It is evident allied 'with the interest of the Panama
1.o1r.- water in the boiler ran ous. Mrs.Three Stephens who have been ST. PETEKSBUBG, July 22.-Grand from observation here that the authorities and JCicanigua canals and supremacy of
injured. negroes Duke Constantine the czar's uncle, has at West Superior people of that sectionare apprehensive the United States there would effectually
:at ont of Jail With m Case Knife terrorizing pursued the by a determined and lost the power of speech by a stroke of than' repcrtk from there indi assist us it is thought in a commercial -
: being cate. There is talk of sending other
PehaEnIxGTO Vt., July 22.-Billy avenging crowd of infuriated citizens. paralysis. \\:1.,}. ,
a holed cracksman, who was .


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4 THE FLORIDA STAR. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3K 1S59.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. r town clHedctonJ on the South Florida secretary to see that all the requirementsof A Nasal Injector free with each bc tie ct Shiloh : FLORID 1i-
I Catarrh Remedy. Price,5.) cents. ScU by D.ckscn ; .
._ i railway, working= a common laborer in the statutes of the State as to reports & Grey Titasnlle, ITa.j 0-
I publications, etc.. are duly compliedwith. j & -
THURSDAY.
PUBLISHED EVERY j a saw-mill at the rate of $1 a a5ir. : THE TIOl'IC.TRISK
: For Dyspepsia and Liter CccpUint yon hire a L11r..
ELLIS B. WAGERjitor and mtl- !1 Francis is nearly related to the Duke ; In witness of the adoption of the foregoing : printed guarantee en every bottle of Shiloh'a Vi- i

rw and!!i Duche of St. Alban, England, and by-laws, we the incorporates, have 1;. Grey.talizer.Titnsvdle.It never FUHackmetack. fails ta.cu-e. Sold, by Dicks n k JacksonvilleTampaand Key West System.Schedule .

sl. iO per Annum. | has rich relatives! )living in New York j hereunto set our hands this 22d day ofJuly ,! i
t -
Another prominent Englishman who, after A. D 1S9. ." a la tnc and fra:rect I-erIt:n e.
Enlf-rtd fIt tIt Pot Ofoe at Tilnmlka\\i I! DWIGHT W. TUTTLE.. Price 25 and 50 cenf. Sold by Dictor & Grey, in Effect Maj 26h\l
being financially shipwrecked: in the TitasMlle. Fit
Stcottd-Cla* JfaUlT. : ISAAC E. BROWX, : Train- this line run on (t-ntro. 8t.1
t old country, made his way across the GEORGE 31. ROBBING, : ard Time, and! arrive and:
THE STAR is the OFFia.iL new.paperfor water to the United Stateand is fight WALTER S. GRAIL Ali.: ; Whoopms tefciloh'a Cough Care will and Drotchins.uccseiliately Sold relieve by Dick Crop.oa, i t' J. T, A-: K.V.. and S.- F.V.: fi DlOD: t de..
State of Connecticut, Before me ap- & Grey Titnsvlle, Fa: i l pot.
amid J
Brevard county. j j ing a hand-to-band battle with fate Jj ;
Xew Haven County. |f peared Dwight I --_- -- 1 Vet India Fu..t Mail.7 .
great privation*, is the brother of the '\" Tuttle and E. Brown
Isaac
j to me -
i
personally > .
ba the Largest circulationof i Would cheeks i >
The Star you exchange your pale i Ny n
Right Hon. Sir Henry Drummond Wolff, known and the 1
of Fla. | acknowledged ... Lv
tiny paper on the Eat coast j i : for rosy ones? : 1 00 P m : JatK-.nville; Ar fj ;;oatl
.- -- \; execution of the foregoing writing. Jobn-on's 1 .VI p m.rh"n Cove Spring.
1 1A I : Tonic vitalizes the blood,en- 25
plen-ipotentiary Dated ?7t1. A.D. 1SSH.CHA .. aB
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21 squares July J 40pm alatkaJuncti'.4 *j }
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5QC.\utl"onlncbln pace I ;
; i riche: it. It has no equal a- an apj>e- :
{ make a column. -. H. FOWLER -l* nt......... _P:1bk3..t ijjI
j Mr.: Wolff! whose mother was a daughter i tizer. Try it, and, if no: =ati-ned, your i ii j i P
Public. ...
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Fora<* d ray"enclosing atwo cent stamp. ; of the great Earl of Clarendon i is at State of Pennsylvania. -. Before me ap- ; money fever-. every ::: 42: p in-.Seville .:.j t"h m

; pre-ent in Jacksonville, Fla., acting as a :; City of Philadelphia. j i) pe.'ued"al!- I : .. 4 20 p ni..DeLand Junction.. ._ ('\hii
THE civil service commission has decide in wholesale Al. |f ter S. Graham to me known and acknowledged { --- 4 30 p ra....Orange; City Juno.... 1 45j
store. aa
that porter a grocery his signature i to the foregoing t hiloTg Catarrh I: -rudrpvsmte car for Ca- :j ;* 1J P m........... :mfo'lL..I
l to recommend to president ,; Oxford he I. tirrh. Diptheria, and Canker 31n:th. Sold ty Liam
though an Univer-ity man ti
5 inWinter
t tI writing. I'j .17 p Park......11-
J ? -on s Grey,TitCaVilK Fla p 1:1:
the ci"iler"ice rule be K amended a- I i lias, at various times, filled the po-t: of :; Dated July 22d! A. D., 1SSU.JOSEPH I .| Glopm.Orlando.! .........11 -JOpa

ftI to exempt from examination clerk on !1, dry goodclerk: bill collector! and bar. ;i ii P. COBB.Xotary Why will you cough when Shloh'-Cure will jrive 7 20!; p m._..Kisiimniee1 > :>)nj,

river ,teamboats who also, at a nominal : tender. : Public. i, immediate relief? Price 1'JcU 5yctand ?l. old ; lit 13 p m.Tampa....... '.. '7.4)na
i by Dickscn K Urey. Tttustiile, Fla:
I I I 10 m.\r IV-rt .
Lv.
i Tampa
Slate of Florida.' Before Yoh 6 .VJpjj
; clerks. me nerunEre.ard | -
act as postal ------ -
ts:113ry, I i Pullman Batfvt: >Ic .
31. i-I rpin;; Car:; I ftwf
t County. / ally came George f a
F I Articles ol" oclatloii of the j Bobbin and his I I The Women praise It. 15. t3.f : New York and Tampa, daily. X? :27stoaat
acknowledged signature .
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THE Governor has appointed Mr. 15. j TJttl".lIh Cemetery ('OIU-1 to the foregoing writing.: i f 1! The suffering1 of women certainly j: Ki-simujet for supper. Xo 14 and:

EsUr C. Lanier inspector of fertilizers fur the j imiiy.j Dated July 15, A. D.'ls"y. awakens the sympathy of every true I'j connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steaal
Line for and
West
ship Key Havana.
counties of Lake, Orange, Sumter, Bre- ; A. A. STEWART, philanthropist. Their best friend how. j' : Shipj
Citrus and j We. the undersigned, do hereby ao- Tk Circuit Court Brevard Co. ever, is B. I>. I). Botanic Blood Bal sail from Port Tampa on 1.Iundav3Thursdays aal
yard, O.-ceola, Hernando. j ciate ourselves and on arrival of tntii... S'Q.
I I together; incorporate .. Send to Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. 11.1 j
1..1500, counties. That part of the State I I i under the following articles : for proofs. connects at l'alatka.Jurctinn with tbe F1 r.
F the ;, i Hotv's This I II. L. Cass Keime-aw.: Ge.. write ida Southern Railwa '.
Agricultural Department relating to : ARTICLE I. i iI. I lly. : j
j I. \\'e offer One Hundred Dollars Icward: -Three bottles of B. B. B. cured my wife i" TKA1S- BETWEEN DEL.\\. JfXtTInX AjDELAXD.
is
sale of fertilizers
and expected -i Thh corporation shall be known
inspection
as
f j I. I for any case of Catarrh that cannot be of scrofula." .
to be in working order by the The Titusville Cemetery Company," : cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. I Mrs. 1:. )[. La\\5. Zalah:1. Fla.. write* : I
and have :5uc *"ion Lits corIorate' F. J. CHENEY fc Co.. Toledo. O Lv IfeLaml XoOl XoS'J Xo:7 SoS SoSJ
first of September. The necessary blank, Prop's "I have never used anything;: to equal B.
name for the period of twenty year*. It We. the undersigned have known F. P. B."" Junction-.7-3<"tp 10:4-p :4-jl' l 40&Ci

instructions, tags, oaths and label are shall have all the powers and its officers J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe Mrs. C. IF. Gay. Rocky Mount. X. C..I Ar DeI..anL l1u.jp 4:4i 3eOp: 123ip 9.5s)

being prepared, and will be sent out shall observe all the him"perfectly I honorable in all busi-
now requirement- writes : "X ot a day for 1't; years was I i Ar Deland Xo 2Junction.S:3oa S"--t Noss; NoSe
4'A dealers and contained in Chapter 34 McClellan's: ness transactions and financially able to Not:
to inspector, agents, manufacturers free from headache B. B. B. entirely I2lop 2:2l
iQs3
Ip 4lop )
of fertilizers in a few davr.The Digest and the law and constitution of carry out any obligation made by their relieved me.* I teel like another person." DeLandS:20a 12-OOp: o_:0.ip 4.-OOJI Iftlc p
firm. P
Florida. James U Lancaster Hawkinsville.
Train SS and SD run daily{ all othen
---- I ARTICLE II. \\.E5T & Tnt Ax. Wholesale Drngists.1 Ga., writes : "My wife was in bad healthfor daily Sud
Yacht Frolic and the cat-rigged 1 j Toledo O. eight years. Five doctors and many except ay.
The amount of capital stock of the
South Florida
l "'ALDI G, KIXXAX 't )LItVIrhole- mc'Iiciues had done her Accommodation.
Hon. S. patent no good.
Racket, owned respectively by corporation hall be four thousand dollars
sale Druggist Toledo. O. :Six bottles of B. B. cured her:' Xo. 3. y0. d.
t R. Mallory and Commodore J. H. Porter, to be divided into forty shares of E. II. VAX HOESEX. Cashier Toledo National Mi-3 S.Tomlinson. Atlanta Ga., says : 8 30: a m..Lv Jacksonville-...6 45 pa

sailed for dinner at one hundred dollars each. Bank. Toledo. O. 9 33 ..Green Cove ..
on Sunday a race a For years I suffered with rheumatism, a ni. Spriug .5 44 pn
The indebtedness of the corporation Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. 1023am: ...Palatka Junction ...
Aaronsville. The course was from Pala- caused by kidney trouble and indi i e=- 4 30 pa!:
shall not exceed one-half the face valueof acting directly upon the blood and mucus tion ; I also was feeble and nervous. B. 10 So a m. ..Palatka...4 45po
fox wharf around the wreck of the Rho- its capital stock. surfaces of the system. Price 75c. B. B. relieved me at once, although several 11 17 a m......_ Hnntingtun4 OOpa!

da, and return. The race was won by ARTICLE III. per bottle. Sold by.all Druggists. 11. other medicines had failed:' 11 40 a m..Seville.3 39 pa

the Racket, which beat her opponent two The business of the company shall be .. Rev. J. M. Richardson. Clarkston 12 34p m... DeLand Junction ...2 43pn
Are jou made miserable by indigestion Ccnsti Ark. writes wife suffered twelve 12 4S m... Orange City June ...2 27
,
: "My p
1 minutes and thirty second The winner conducted by a president, vice-president, pat ion, Dizmess, Loss Appetite, Yellow Skin? pa
and treasurer -who shall Sliiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold bj Diet years with rheumatism and female com- 1 20pm.Ar Sanford Lv.1 55pa
r wowed decidedly superior qualities goingto secretary stitute the board of directors, and shall con- sen k Grey, Ttasvile, ria. plaint.1 lady member of ray church Daily between Jacksonville and Palitb;

windward, but that was neutralized :: had been cured by B. B. B. She persuaded daily except Sunday south of Palatka.: X Y under started feheet. The dinner was for the firt year, be the undersigned incorporator The Rev. Geo. II. TLajer, of Bourbon Ind says"Both : : my wife to try it. who HOW says 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ry
a in the order signed. They ray.-lf and wife owe our lives to Shiloh
there is nothing like B. B. B., as it
Cooonmption Cure. Sold by Dickson k Grey. Ti- Jacksonville and Sanford Accomuiodatiou. -
shall be elected for each
given Thursday.Brcvard subsequent year tusuile, Fla.CoiiMiuipfioii. quickly gave her relief." 11. I
upon the first Monday( in July and shall .... .
County for Oraiiprcs. I hold office until their successors; are elected Xo. o "o..3
: I and qualify. Surely Cured.To 3 50 p ni..Lv Jacksonville Ar12npm

Editor Florida Star: I ear: -Please i&forni your readers thatI 5 44 l' m..Greenwn Spring.l 40aa
I ARTICLE IV.The bare a positive! remedy for the above-namet 7 22 m..PalatkaJunctiOD.uIO 45an
p
"We have a few fine young orange principal place of bu-ine->s of the disease.have By been its timely permanently use thousands cured.of I hopelesscases shall be gOYlf4L 7 50 p m.........JPalatka ........10 40an

groves here, but there are better location company shall be Titusville, Brevarccounty glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any 5 vO p m.Huntmgton....... 9 i))a 13

for orange growing than in this county, Florida.In of your readers who Lave consumption if they will 9 22 P m.........Seville. .... ... 9 37 amI :
though there is none better for limes, witness of the above we have here- send me their express Respectfully and post office address. 1M ElOypRpYALp I 110 35 p m.-DeIand Junction... 8 49an

unto subscribed our names, places of res- T. A. SLOCCM. C, 1H, Pearl St., New York. 10 55 p m..Orange City June... 9 2.51 m
f mangoes or alligator pear idence and the number of !shares we severally 31A sadarur f 11 50 P III......Ar Sanford L,...... 05an
This is from the American Agrlndluritl agree to take in the capital stock Daily except Sunday.

for Feb. 1689, page 7S, and is signed of aid corporation this 22nd day of July, Letter from a Prominent ;1r Xo. 78 connects at Palatka Junction with
. r A. D. 189. South Florlda.Drug HouseSANEORD. Florida Southern Railway.
'Thomas E. Richard, Brevard Co.,
President DWIGHT W. TUTTLE Xew 4I .
Sanford and Lake Eustis llailnarLEAVE
Florida. FI.\.,.\ug 23, S9.
Haven, Conn.. ten share ;
What say the orange growers of old YiC{-Pre-ident, ISAAC E. BROWN, of Mr. A. D. Girardcau, Saiannnh, Ga. : Xo. 113 Xo. 111 No. 110 ARRIVE SO 112

Brevard to such misrepresentation, and Xew Haven, Conn., ten shares ; DEAR SIR-in reply to your inquiry as I 5:10p m 4:30 a JanfonL8:20 a 8:45 pa!
Secretary, GEORGE 31. ROBBING, of Tituviile. to what we think of JOHNSON'S (CHILL 5:27 4:59 m..Paola..7:59 :22
f what the facts : p m a a t' p
say I Fla., ten shares AND FEVER TOXIC, we remind you 5 i0 5:57 m.Sorrento..7:34
; : p m a a 7:4Opn
1st. All the famous Indian River or- : Treasurer WALTER S. that our first pnrchase'a year: a o'a '
GRAHAM of Ti-
6:04 p m 6:17 a m.Mt Dora.7:22 a 7::0 pn
t anges are grown in Brevard county. tu-sville, Fla., ten shares. two cases our next order in the fall wa 6lt p m 6:30 a m.Tavares..7:10 a 7.00 pa
.
2nd. Brevard county orange havea I. State of Connecticut, )t Personally ap- for a gross for ;five our third for and two gross ; ourfourth Daily except Sundav. Xo. 113 connect

national be Sew Haven County. )r peared beforeme gross you now have AKIN at Sanford with West India Fast Mail. ?*
cannot in
: repntltion"hich hand our fifth order, which is for five
_ 1 U the above subscribed Dwight. Tut- 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
said of the of other gross. We never expect to handle it in
orange any countyin
tle and Isaac E. Brown, to me personallywell less quantity, but may require larger and Sanford accommodation for points!
the : tate.rd. Xorth.
known and acknowledged the ex- lots this fall.

Some of the oldest groves in the ecution of the foregoing: articles of asS()- It gives excellent satisfaction and we Indian River E.Ti.ress.Xo. .

State are in Brevard county. ciation. do not think we have had a just complaint POWDERAbsolutely :!; No. 73

4th. Orange in Brevard Dated July 22nd, A.1). ISS'J.CHAS. although in accordance with your 1 (N) 1'. nuLv. Jacksonville .\r1:! 45 pB
groves countyare H. FOWLER instructions, we promptly refunded the 2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..10 45pB: :

more remunerative than in any other Notary Public. money if u reliable party thinks it has Pure.This :I 4S p m..........Palatka..........10 40pa

county in the State. State of Pennsylvania, | Before me per- failed to cure. \Ve have had a half dozen 3 42 P m..Se\"ille........... 9 37pD

5th. Brevard county orange have City of Philadelphia. } sonally came complaints of this kind out of as man strength! powder, and never wholeoiueuess.vanes. A marvel More economical of purity 4 :'i) p m...DeLand Junction... 8 40 pn

the above uhcrihed"alter hundred bottles sold. Yours .1 57 ........ .. 04
: S. Graham truly than the c'flinarkind,", an-i cannot be sold in p m Enterprise.-.... 8 pm
done much toward elevating the general and acknowledged the execution of the A. PHILLIPS & BRO. competition with the! multitude of low teat, short 6 50 p m..Ar Titnville L\ ... 6 00 3'
of Florida P. S.-We omitted that weight, :alum or phosphate powders. Sold only incan
reputation oranges foregoing article- of association. to state wehave HopI BaUue: ], PowJer Co.. la.> Wall Street, Daily except Sunday. Steamers leareltusville *
And, in conclusion, I will say that it JOSEPH P. COBB, used the TOXIC in our families New York daily except Sunday, for all poia(
with perfect satisfaction in :Fever withor I to Indian south
River Melboo
far
is a settled conviction with me that Bre Notary Public. as >> a>
without Chills and
State of Florida, Before me per-onal- as a quick and sureremedy at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
yard county affords opportunities for remunerative Brevard County. )t ly came the above in Measles i for which! it is not W. R. KNOX :Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays 5-tv

: orange culture superior to subscribed George jl. Robbin and acknowledged recommended by the proprietor). Allow a m for all points south as far as Jupi V

those of any other! county in the State. the execution of the foregoing us to inform Yours you. it etc.is.invaluable. connecting then with stage for Juno:and I J
landings L'1ke.orth..
article of association on
JAS. H. .
WHITJ \ E. PHILLIPS Jc BRO.

bland! Home July 25, 1SS1 Dated Titu-ville, July l', ISS'J. House & Sign Painter Halifax River Express.
A. A. STEWART. 4. B. GIRARDCir. Xo. _7 No:73
-- --- -- Clerk Circuit Court, Brevard Co. lOOp m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 45 p:3:

Orlando Record: His royal! Miakeship, Sole Manufacturer, 2 42 urn.... \r al.itki T.v.....10 40 pDl

BY-L.\'VS. 3 00 m..Lv Palatka Ar.... 9 35pmto
that for a long time has: been a curiosity SAVAXXAH: GEORGIA. p
ARTICLE I.-Two members TITUSVILLE, FLA.Will 6 00 P m..........Orinond......... 6 25p
shall
at &mith'sI'ewelr store,on Church street, con-
) stitute of Notice of the Formation of the 6 3)I nl.Ar Da\"tOl131v.... 600sIS
the board
: a of directors
quorum -
came to his end to-day. For over eigh- Daily except Sunday.Foradditionaltimes"at. .
: ki and three votes cast, either personally Titiifeville Cemetery Com #*
teen months this rattlesnake! has not stations not cU
: in
or by proxy writing, at any board pany.The above and for apP'J'
information
general ,
eaten anything and :Mr.: Smith decided : meeting shall be sufficient for the passage Estimate or Contract for Painting at city ticket office.

he had fasted long enough, .o be put :mI I of any motion, and when *
Indian at
"The Titusville anywhere on Ri"er.Can .
end his and entered on the minutes it shall be Cemetery Company. Its 95 West .
to sulTcrings by death. Chloroform principal office shall belt Titusville andit Bay street and at Union depot.J.
valid and binding as a act. ,
was tried first, but did not produce Meetings of the board may corporate be held at general business the laying out, beautifying do all kind of Graining, either A.. LAUNEKD, G. D.Gen.AcKEKifiSupt. P:1S30"\gt.

the desired result. Then fumes of sulphur I any time at the instance of any director, and selling cemetery lots at a place in Oil or Water-Colors,representing Oak, D. F. JACK, General Manager.

Cyt, were resorted to, but with no better 'I but the other directors shaH receive due to Titusville.be hereafter The purchased amount, of and capital convenientto -to'-k .\*h. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany -

.- success. Finally the door of the cage their notice. either. to them personally or to authorized shall be four thousand dollars, I Steam Launch Eleanor

A was opened, and as the snake came out, proxy.ART. Stockholders' meetings shall ; to be paid np in full and used for the purchase Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. ,
and
Dr. Davis stood ready and bruised the be held for the election I improvement of cemetery prop-
of officers the
on 37
Feet
erty. The corporation shall date its existence Long, 7 '1-2 Beam,
tierpent'a head with a club. The rattle first Monday in July of each year, at the from the time ol filing its articles of PAPER HANGING 2 Ft. $l,80dCAN
Draught Cost
office of the Other ; new,
,
company. meetingsmay ,
were removed and the body was returnedto association and by-laws with the Secretaryof
earth. be called by order of the board of State and complying with the provisionsof BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy

directors, or on the written petition of the law governing the organization of :K.a1sonJ..1n.in.g

A prominent Englishman, who is fight- holders of one-third of the capital stock corporations, and shall continue for the period addressing
addressed to the secretary.otce of all of twenty
F ing against hard odds in this country, is called meetings shall be mailed to each The business years of the company shall be AND G. LOUTREL LUCAS,

Sir Francis Osborne fourteenth baronet stockholder by the secretary at least ten conducted by a president, vice-president, STENCILVORK 2IO Water St., Baltimore,] '

of his line. Sir Francis had the misfortune clear days before the meeting.ART. secretary and treasurer, who shall constitute ,

of iii.The secretary shall keep accurate the board of directors, and shall for Yum Yum Trees
inheriting the titlefrom his uncle Peach
s minutes of all stockholders' and the first year be the undersigned incorporators ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC )
who died without issue, while the estates, board meetings. He shall also keep a in the order named. They shall be

being unentailed, reverted to his aunt, book for the registry and transfer of elected for each !subsequent year upon the Glass St2Xi33.ixa.8T: ALSO
,
the dowager Lady Oborne. With a stock. Stock may be transferred by in- first Monday in July, and shall hold office RED CEYLON MAGGIE

comparatively small capital Sir :Francis dorsement in blank, and any holder shall qualify.The until their. successors are elected and For Decorating Churches, Dwellingsand ,
be entitled to write an assignment thereof all Public Buildings.)
emigrated to Florida five years ago. Like to himself over said blank inddrcement. highest amount of indebtedness or AND WALDO PROLIFIC

many others, he was swindled out of But no stock shall be voted by the assignee time liability subject to which itself the shall company not"exceed can at any Special attention to all inside Finish's On Mariana Plum Stock. GusrsnttedTrue.

what C:1pitall1e had by a South Floridian thereof unless assignment shall half the capital stock. one- .
have been Yum Yum is the Best Peach e
duly entered on the books of Jj
.real estate the investment he ft-esident. DWIGHT "W. TTTTTLE
agency *
the company. All notices shall be sent Vice-President. Very Respectfully planted in Florida ; ripens in.April
ISAAC E. BROW ,
.
made proving utterly worthless. He is I to the holders of record. SecretarGEO.. M. BOBBINS Mav ; Price, $3.00 per do%. Order*

now eking out a poor living at a small ART iv.-It shall be the duty of the Treasurer, "- / S.GRAHAM, |j 15 W. R. KNOX. G. lJ\ IDXER, Tillmaii_ Fla.






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FLORIDA STAR WEDNESDAY; JULY 31.: 1SS9. jliWints.


MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

II. C. Starch, Proprietor.
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Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic STILXNrGT.A.: .-Y-LOR...
Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
hand made oods. Orders promptly filled. Cocoa, II1li River, Florida. r
-0- Factory at Malabar, Fla. 2iNEWSPAPER

I DEALERS .
UWATSON&CO NA UM.t\.N'S: :


., SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

FORWARDINGAND THE riOXEKR A' C\CY. ',

For
terms and sample copies address

CIL\ .H. NAUMAN, AND AGATE-WARE.
COMMISSION
I Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Paints, Oils, Class and Putty, .,
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
,
I A. FROSCHER .(; -
Plumbers' and Mill

MERCHANTS Titusville, Florida, p. F. BARBED WIRE,

Keeps full.&upply of metallic and wooden Supplies,

Coffins Cases and Caskets. J WIRE NETTING
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA I Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
,
Funerals attended if desired. All or- and CLOTH
-: :-- ders promptly executed, and at reasonable b -1

rates. Embalming done. BRICK LIME CEMENT C3r-U.13.S3
'
\rEXT ,
u.
C. O". :J3ECTOB.
THE CONFIDENCE{ OF THE 1 PEOPLE, SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION,

WE WANT Hardware and FISIKXU TAIKZ.E.

You to be sure to Come and .See UsWhen Ship Ch 1J1l.d1ery G-c>c>ds 9 \

you come to town.
General Produce
Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent' coating for walls and ceilings : For Chattanooga Plow Company
WEVAN'F s plows and cane mills : Planet r. farm tools

To Talk to You. MERCHANT. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges?, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets.

WE WANT Melbourne, Florida
ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues .
To Work With You.
A. L. Hatch & Son, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
\\ WANT estimates furnished promptly.
DEALERS IX
To Post You on the Markets.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS STILING- & TAYLOR.
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WANTTo -
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fcbip For You and See to Your Ship L. C. OLIVER. F. T.OUTVEOR rrDfTE. <

ments here. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,

Stationery, Family Medi- : &, BtJZDG-E
WE WANTTo I
cines, Garden SeedsGROCERIES, 7
either Buy or Handle most of the
CHOICE .
Dealers in
Fruit and Produce of this section I

9f the country. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

WE WANTYou CITY FOIST, FLORIDA. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

to Know, if we cannot Buy Your J. PKITCIIAUI),President.

Products, We Can Ship it for You. W. M. BUCW'N,Cashier.; SHINGLES AND LATHS.GEIXfER.AL .

WE WANT INDIAN RIVER BANK.
:E1AFl.D
You to help us to make Titusvillc a .A.R..E y

distributing point for the Productsof Titusvillc, Florida.

the Products river, and here.sell our A GENERAL BANKING SACTED.BUSINESS TRAN Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery.Kefrigerators .


nUll sold. Special and
WE'ANT Exchange bought
prompt attention given to collections. Loans P.AIN""TS .A.NrD: OILS
In fact to save you money, and can do it negotiated on first mortgage for Savings. ,
Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Interest
if you will help us. allowed on time deposits. Water Coolers
Ice
Advances made upon available collateral. Cream Freezers,
Approved business pa erdiscounted.
WE WANTYou Drafts on all parts of Europe.
Business done at Jacksonville rates. Screen Wire Screen Windows
Screen-Wire
to know we are Bead quarters for Every favor,consistent with sound Doors.
banking, cheerfully extended.
Vegetables. Crates, etc.
CORRESPONDENTS: Rank of Jacksonville, *
Jacksonville, Fla.; '[be Seaboard National POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
WE WANTTo Bank,New York. 23

.Sell you your Orange Boxes and HAYING BOUGHT THE INDIAN TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.THE .

Oransc: Wraps, and,will do it if you _c____ __ 0-_ --n ___________

will come to see u*. RIVER BAKERYWe J. )L. SAWYER & SON,
will Keep on Hand Every Day PORTER & POTTER

WE WANTYou FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES NEW DRUG STORE Yacht Sail-makers ,
to know that we are Agents for the i I

Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit I ETC. AL oSodawater I 84 & 85 South St., New York, Real Estate Dealers
low down. Has on hand a Fine Assortment of i AND ,
of iI I
Bottlers Ginger
FOOT OF fniTIi .ST., ATLANTIC
WE WANT FRESH DRUGS. I Luke Worth Dade (."0.. Fla.
and other Drinks. YACHT HAS IN, BROOKLYN.
You to know that we burn our own Ale,
Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES.Gt'ARAX-
ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT TEED TO CURE the Diseases for which
can ;give you bottom prices.WE they are Recommended.IF Particular attention :trivcn to Pleasure FOR $3,000.
ATTENTION.S. AFTER >IXJ ANY OF THEM, YOU Boat Sails of all docriptions. 50 ;
\\".\S'f ARE :NOT SATISFIED WITH THE KEsULT,
A. 1SELC1IEK: COMPANY, WILL IJE KLIfflBLYLOCATELORANGE
YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY UE-
You to know that we Handle Cement FUXPED. A. M. Hamilton & Co., j

antI Plaster Hair. PROPRIETORS, "'e have no cure-all, hut a dif- ,
TITUSVILLE, FLA. ferent Remedy for Each Clay of Diseasefor TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, t
WE WANT -JO Affection of the Liver, Lungs, Heart I GROVE
and Kidneys for Female Complaints and I
; ; Whole-ale Dealers in ,
To impress upon jour minds that we filso Ointment for Eczema, Ringworm,
represent INDIAN RIVER HOTEL Tetter and other IIi*ea es of the Skin.
Thompson & Edwards, disappointed.Give them a trial and you will not he Indian River Oysters, I ON INDIAN RIVER.IN .

of Chicago FINE THRIFTY CONDITION.

The largest:: manufacturers of Pert it. Titusville Fla. J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, ,
"ers in the west and keep constantlyhand FISH THREE HUNDREDS FIFTY TR ESt
TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
on the following brands of their
; -:0- I
hOO'ls: Green Turtle and Game Two Hundred in Good Bearing_
PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
World ot Good. for Orange Trees. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
Barrels $2.25. All orders will receive prompt and careful attention -
World of Good, for Truckers. ,whether by telegraph,
Pure fine Ground Bone. :oCapacity :-- Gauged to order, ten cents extra. letter or person. 17 WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME

Blood, Bone and Pot h. 200 Guests. Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. XOTICE. FROM PRESENT CROP,
Chicago Bone 31eal.Dissolved .
O. B.
Bone. LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE.FLA., \ OF 10 PER CENT.ON PRICE.
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers June 2Sth. IfcSO /
from $2.00 up. Notice is hereby given that the follow
WE WANT I ]1'. JJ. SOCKET T, tub;named settler has filed notice of his ADDRESS, .
Tanksand : intention to make final proof in supportof
You hand
know keep on
Sulphate to we Proprietor. all kinds of COOPEr WORK to order. his claim, and that said proof will be LOCK: BOX 246"TITUSVILLE,
of Potash, made b'forctewart; Clerk of the
Land Plaster, This Newly-Built House, just recentlyOpened T: JOHXSOX, Circuit Court at Titusville. Fla.. ou Au- TT.OKIDA. 9HOUSE
Canada II. W. Ashes, is now ready to receive the patronage LaGrange, : : Florida. gust 22, 1SSO. viz: A. A. Hollinquist,
: of all those traveling to and from Courjner. Brevard county, Fla. H. E. I
Tobacco Stems and Indian River.It Xo. 13.& .'for the Sec:. 22, Tp. 23. R. 30
Cotton Seed Meal. is delightfully located within about EACOTT & CO. E..WJ h of N.E.landW. i of S. E. J.
100 feet of the river, and always receives lIe names the following witnesses to ST. LUCIE ,
WE WANT full benefit of the cool Atlantic Ocean TITUSVIIXE, FL.A., prove his continuous residence upon andc111th.ation

You to Give Us Trial on something.WE breezes. of. said land viz: Indian River Florida,
a
I J. LuRoche. 31. S. Sams. Archie
The Patronage of the People of the TINS SHEETIRONYORKERS.. *
McRae, Frank LaRoche, Courtney, Fla.
WANTmerit river is specially solicited. Any person who desires to protest Having been Re-Furnished, is XOWOPEX

against the allowance of such proof or under the Management -
To fair TABLE SERVED WITH ALL THE GUTTERING ROOFIXG FOR GUESTS,
your patronage by anODen who knows of any substantial reason
h dealings, and we mean business. MARKET AFFORDS. And Manufacturing of Tin Ware." under the law and regulations of the Interior of its old proprietor and owner.

TRY US.Kespectfully. Swimmin Pool and Bath-rooms supplied Department why such proof
with Salt and Sulphur Artesian GALVANIZED WORK, should not be allowed will be given an JAMES PAINE,
i -:0:- Water connected with the House free to opportunity at the above-mentioned time
And Repairing of alKkinds and place to cross-examine the witnessesof Proprietor,
i all guests. said claimant. and to offer evidence in '
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. Sf.Lucie.!.>.. ., __. '. Florida." .
J. Location; MAIN ST., near river j., : JU V ; :; ; C LTHE w.
S. '
t WATSON & CO. OR MONTH. 12tf 52:; 11. S. C. TCCKER, Register.



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3 Q THE FLORIDA \VEDNESDAYJULY31, 1SS9. I

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= j Help for the C.'ngo Railroad. t CARDS.GECtOS .f! Indian River Steamboat Co. I
NEWS IK En JS \ BEI!.BACE, JtJy 2'--The chamber: of -- I RAY & BRYAX,

A Condensation nt Intere tin; Item oa ; representatives lias phased hv a roe of : t

Various Subjects. W) to C. the bill empowering the gOvernnient President iL Brevard KOEEISf, TVAX.TE2. e
to contribute 4.10.000 toward the Cu. strict Co ] Schedules in effect MAY 12, lsi!
arrived .
7b suite relief committee at construction of theOccgo railwav. The A.M
Johnstown Thursday to distribute 5 ),OJO DOBBINS & GRAHAM,
dcbat" th and
j-reccdin yore -K-US locg. ; STEAMER ST. LUCIE,
to the sufferers. thomirsc of it M. JU.COTI. JLU ; IRRIGATION C05TRACTORS
Three distinct shocks of earthquake were I 11n. deputy for Ui-usscLs oppost-d rcotatlyeleotttl the ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. j f Leave- THT.-VILLE.................... Oam !: ,

felt at Memphis Friday. bill as contrary to conventions uf the .". Beard Co., Ficnda. I Arrives Melbourne.........._.... 12neon) :"'Ol1tTI1TSVILI1U.i.IJrrcoINr.eht.- .
P O B--x .1. TlTr-rVLLL
The closing law wa rigidly enforced a
Sunday Congo Pre? ..Stat< iu iavor cf which WIll lactic ia all the ouutes of the St Tenth: i '
at Kansas City for the first time:: .| Returning: .
140IUD.\
facilities
Belgium had no right to intervene.Zvahadi 1'ircuit ai-a ia the Snprenie Court. Special ; .

Sunday.There. I : who cu.e to Brussels some: for Eranunjnff and Perfecting;: Land Titles. LeaveMelbourne.....................12 noon :
i* a movement on foot looking to Correspondence eohntea &ora Claimants and Heirs :

tL?0000 iation cf all the natural gas oorapesies time would ago DC, po to-:learn 5ible on for what him conditions to it to Sj-acieh Grants. Money to Loin. 12;: Arrives Titu .dJJc.................. 0 p inAbove ""FROST LINE"TOTHEFROID

and la-liaoa fie}!. It has transport
ia tzs Obit>> ; T"A. daily except Sunday.
business from the :1tt coast of Africato (;iNGiit..1I. ::.
the fcanctioa of th? Standar magnates. .
the Congo Free rotate, liad several
washerwomen of Little Rock STEAMER (TEOnGLS.AI .
The color ,
r ,
conferences with the of : .
Parcha ed the
representative
: Having > irt) ; L "
Ark Lave orsaniz' i a union. the state here. md the result is that he Aff HT-IAWAHD NOTARY PDBLiC.,I ;; Leave Melbourne...................... o a m !1t.
f I&orhwast and feelin thc nece&aity of
Tie crop report* row the are keepin!
loan week bas decided to establish transport service Rock Florida i Arrives Jupiter...................... S p m D*
favorable
mo: thy were one Ixnlge, 5 Good
her
Reputation
for four years which will l e occupied and pa-! aa >wift aixj
FridayReturning -
in the constriction the contein- MondayWednesdays'' Great Courier I a-sk of the
Five raa will be tisuteJ at New York D.L.. GAULDEN, pvj\}le :a Coa-
plats railway. He will l ive Bmssels : :
Aug. 'ZiPitUburg tinuance of their! Tood Favor
in r. fe-sr days" for Zanzibar; thence lv
maaulacurr-r>> discredit the will proceed to Conqo to make the necessary A TTORUEY-AT-LAY"' Leavc Jupiter ............... .; a n. Will Make LV:i.tras f 'j

dory that jgli h capitaiiito will buy up arrncgenients.' Florida. Arrive- .Meilx.urne................. ,N p m
cccirol th* itoel industry of the United Titu-ville, Tuesdav Thursdavs and Saturday ,
-- of Lumber and
Delivery
State. Pa/iell StamU I2j olail.toiiLoxpox --. Large t

IsJormaMoa hts bbea received at Nashville July 20.-Mr. PuriieJL] in an A. .'T. TllItASHEI.ATTORNEYATLAW-'. jj-sT1 Connection imade at Titu-ville .

tt that the wife of a Presbyterian mini interview, said'that he aul.\Ir. Hexton : with trainof the J., T. &..K. \\". system Cargoes

,ler cam*Haroa wuo formerly resided at were mainly influenced in the n.atter of : to and from all pointNorth. and at ,

Jca s j boro. Tenn.. i? under sentence cf death the royal t grants by their object for Mr. P O. Eoi .",. SA:.TOKP. FLA.WilJ ;, Jupiter with daily tncre for Juno (** Anywhere: up or down Imlui liner.I5e : .
to Corel for teaching the doctrines cf Chris- practice ir. all tL.- .Ubt.t> ol tLe.x trtith
(ilr.'l tone, whom they were .insioi'.s to i'i milewhere connection imade with .
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: before d! ip
the: lot zed *>sil resie c'o'ir -are you ee me ,' contract -
supportMr.. Pir. -fl said li'- did not the -teamer Llkerorth for all landing -

Crime and Casultie feel btron) ly in th** :aatt"r.il his ALLEY E. HEY ER, : on I..:.ike Worth ; elsewhere.

F rrymaa George; Brown, of Por-mouth, action at uH eentv.o'iM b cou-idercd. __ : Resisectluly} .
He did not belie\f- that :f IM* Iii.-h "". WATSON.. Superintendent.i. .
tl. 0.. i* acnuel cf allowing sir persoas to *
drown last Sunday, end of dr'vjg people members; voted ia favor cf tat .'_:aiit> it. AUorucY-) -Ldn" and( Conveyancer. D. ACKERLY, (Jen. Pu.s. Agent. J. W. ROGERS,
would have effect in an.'dil1..
elf bs boat with curse when t'e beg'ed any *
y
Ho rcrtaillh.a& acliug viint! the I.lkeJrth I'ade (. unty, Florida.) ; 1.) F. JACK. ( General 4 Owner.
him to go the aid of the s.::"glia; unfortucates. MaIitgcr.I
!least regard to the m:liu f>bj j.....=t of his Will j 1 furni-h Abtract-ofTitie: to Dade -- - - .- : -- .. ----- -
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At P.ush iiun. tte ,r-. Va. life. he was happy to eo-ojvrate with laud- .
Fay county, County PUN .> !ILL'
I
the body of a man named Young; was found Mr. (Jrladston tow'onl honi the heartsof $500.00 Reward -

oo a line stretched across New river. From the Irish. poo'.ilovfiv= tllletl with : JoN.s: & ATKINSON With eithnc'- I'r'.;e tbt allY mdy t!. th' A tract ,..f land on Indian Kr,..,.r iDt the
the decompossd condition of th, body it appear !!1lltitn t.. Mr. Gla.l>toie wo.lld never I with! worli "'j-.' I 'lir.S' '< tbul ah1 Ft.vt-r Tonic : county ol IJrevard.onti: !._' of 85
have octsi-sion to ropeut the sacrifices he i in the tre. titjtijt; ..i u-iJ ml fer .td.a: in&larui
that the remains hai Leea in the water _\\Hol'ners-at- I aero : it r>ciiis lot No. 3. and .-iiuli halt
trenh IT :AI'ttatiHoney r.tr..d .f ilIA
had rJe for the sake of lieLiid.1'onlan '''
for some Protev&r E. D. Hogan made an ascension --- Tin-,-il"! Florida.ATCORNBYATLAW the .
N. : bein
;:er to lie ()utIa'e1.PAn3. n __ ____ _____ ._.__. ___ _, --_. _- ji j- and lot 3. : outlmotqiurtr
ia New York a few days in one ofCampbell's i Tallaha Fla.
ago t'( r.f the northwest ol'eetion
July 20.--The committee of the T "1.' AN1EIS quarter
air ships.: E..erythiugVent senate court is about to i5s ue an-"orderdepriring .u. JohniouLChl an.J Fenr Tur.k" lI"t'd nc Hi:n.f: both in township :n ..0'itli] nie l)
cmoothly until a part of the machinery }lU&mIUf by the retulcr. it advertiit'tU; where- Thi- de-iraMc
Gen. Boulanger. Count Dillon .2a.-'t. :! very piereftthammock.
tro .e, and the ship drifted out over tha At- : Tt"r IoOtd. W. A. KAWL.*. I
and Henri Roche-fort of all chil antI ---. :'"oil of rich liualhY.uitabt!
lautuAn incoming vessel is reported to This action of the Will prartn-e in all th. (Cr-art *.J th-: \t tJi Ju- 1 of all lieal.frujt
fctveie-'n the balloon collapse while dragging political rights. Iii3l Circtat of l1oIlt'a. I; SunfonU Fla. for the raising tr' .*. Is

clcng over ths water in latitude : J.ro, committee is taken on the ground that 1' C). Box 2r. l'lr(; "'ILLE. tXA.II ; u PTt''I"Xl U.Lt ":atilatioi.-A. E iiIILiP.i :;. ; situated at the Narrows, n':ar Knos post-
longitude 70:40. they have refused to comply with the __ office. Willell hc-ap fin r-a h. For

summons issued by the senate court to .- --- i )It11b'll Fa.! I .
A number of pen oaj were: poisoned by -------------- -- : ptrtil"uI3r ::ddre

impure water, from a well near Chambers- appear for trial on the charges made B KNTAL OFFICE OF Year Ionic gives t-x'-ollt.t! "*ti-ta.ti.u. IIiT'ni I:::. E. M. LOW.

bar?. Pa.Two against them. 'This decision will render Leard a, wor.l ol eunplaiut __ K.VXD*LJ._POI'i- : Sept a. Brockton. Mj .
to election to office
rcaiien ladies: suicided neuPoint ineligible any : DR. l. T. DANIEL.

Pleasant, ".. Va., leavhig a letter satingthere I'., in France, and will also make any property !f COCOA, FLOKIDA.Vill i. Lake City, Fla.i !, XOTJCl:.
they may own in France liable to I 1
wss nothing ia life for old maids. \ I* at the" Graid View Hr.t.-L TitTinIe on It ;rives -an-facuon to all who try It. j j In LbUziiBro'sv GllLdilj. Florid.
Near! Adger, Ala., three men were shot SClZure. thtFir"t MontUy adz Vonth :or one week or j CHALKEi Imu S I'HIlF-= I I I II
and killed in an effort to capture Murderer more. Patroziage.ilicited.. abd .i. TO LgnmLtted !I C. D. 1'ande )

Tom S r.pion. Acl*i-e, to Iotjcrs. to 'iti"actory U Ocala, :Fla. j I v*. > Aumj.-it-I>.tuiirtroS223;

Burglar cracked a safe at Lynn, Mass., be used rI.W w.en!IlJ\T'tblJren: >:" 'JiJ.-C nt' ...'ir.T taufl'"h Vu)' t.:1.I. !It"rl relieves ; I I,. DODSON, Your Chill dn-1 F -\er Tonic i" selling b.-yon myexpectation. ;| 4.J. HartW. j fIt

and got away with $12,0>3 worth of J3welry the little suiferi-rti:'-a"2itj.roli.. snHtu'-Al, i, :MD.: t : Oivfs f>r.tire ajtiSfoctiou X..t a oiusjl appearing from the aifhlavit (>l James

14" I quiet sleep,and the little-!.. rnim' 'aliesH: *"bnght : little ha-: been r. tl1r:1f-l. r:1': DELOfTfST.LakiIaiul T.- -SHl11..ro-.......,. ;;;._ ....*_..,.,:.- .fur'-- 1.binti1......... -in-- til-*-
as a button." It is v,'ry fleasant t A named Dan Malone abre entItled that the defendant
negro was lynched, ..ysftllFsiregulates cauSe,
soothes tLe cL114IIofteLs the gees, ; Fla.
', b near Covington. Ga. for outraging the perj j the howell,andis the Ivat known::::::l dy T j rus-vi LI.E. Fl.or.liA. I therein named i i- a non-resident i oJ the State
son of a white woman. for diarrhcea, -whttLer an'inz Iroia tee; .m4 or ; Indian !; The mediEji.-- a /oo.-rHer ard h,>?ven enF 1 of Florida and that: hiresidence i* en-
otLer causes. 'Xwt.nty-llT: ,,".:.t.i u boUls. Office, until further notice, at 1 tire ..ati" 3t.Ut1t1 .1.):.EPH IBL:>.
Charles IL Scott, of Pittsburg. one of a liiver City Hotel. known, and that he i> over 21! year of age.

party camping near Confluence, Pa., was < I I t'jwm motion of complainant it i is ordered -

shot and instantly kille 1 by a drunken cook. 10,000) AGENTS WASTED; ;?J.....'.8"iONI -:.. Quality of work ui!".urjia -;ed. .- > that I the} ad! defendant, ti'. .J. H u.
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A negro named Hintoa murdered a constable }-o1t SAL AT i dee do demur to
/! \l.THT'.I'"u' li..t. \: .rlplj( plead, an-xver or com
who attempted to arrest him for rob i J.F.. LEWIS {-n..:" :; UltSTOItI;. plainant'\declaration herein filet: on or before

bery. at Sawell station, W. \-a" and was HISTORY OF THE JOHFSTOT8TiM I I I Tittlo.i i i.'. 1iLiI,1 i he first Monday: in \n1I1't neitorsaiddtcaatli

hanged by a rnob. ', f.r".I V. I I 1 its't. .. -"W" "l it.n! tiorts i Gi7i! Enzinesr! &M Survey, _. : .n will 1;e taken ac..-nlWe l; provjtltt'i.
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IIII".t..1 'if -rili- > litot tli.- M::u'l 'y ---
Three member cf the Colorado river / \lilu he
ex- I
be
U: II'1'1 P.i. ... !.*". that p'lhlieation >f tlii order
luninvtjfm. : }'j- "
.
pkring party were drowcel in the Coloradoriver T.'lqL"'d: : tJ.. r.I'r"'r 11A='D flls.ilIJ'ln. -. .- S93 made once a \\tvk fur four t'.-n fcutivetttt4
in Marbb Canon, by the capsizing of is'lMMKXSE. :;..u.! quickly : 'n'i-t*. for Outfit to i--- i; ; ? sewiDt.uaehiDI"FREE I I I :- in the FL.tlUUTAI a ne\>i)3jier

a boat while running the rapid ..1V KEKLEU'C'.. 523 rhwtaut St. PLila, Pa. :R. B. BlJnCliFIEl.D.I I ,I5 p aDd oodl wbere the peopie ea tea I I 1i&iiri"lzti1} in the city of Tit'i-x.iI! ... in said
It i* now claimed that seventeen lives were I I .. them.,,wa will tend free to one ; circuit.Done. .
lost in the Kanawha flooi. 1 CdUNTY SURVEYOR. I a moth JoeiHj.the yery I
iPARKER'S _; g tenBf-BAehiiM made m I and ordered l>v me tiii- -n l Jay ofi
A cream separator burst at Ph ?nix\'illc, ... : the world with an Uta uucbmrati.
<,r We will aUo July _\. J). 1S-1.
tend
HAIR BALSAM Orders by mail will receive free a rompirteLUae I
}J3., killing a man and a boy. prompt t:
I of our costly and valuable
Cleanses and beautifies the hair. anIaJDpln. A: .\. STMVART.
Tony Cohen, a young clerk employed in a ______.. ; nttontion a>'calls IIIAs1dres person. fr -. Ia return we atk that yon
Promote a luxuriant: growth. ,f;; f show what we send to tho.e who Clerk County Court lrt-\1"ll"u., Fla..Tame .
clothing store at New York, wa sent to a / Never Fail! to Restore Gray :; *: Ocorgiana, Fhi.T i p L. 17 rail at year bone and after 2
11
) t.--- T. Sanders
inoaths all shall become PlaintiffAtt'y.
own :
HairtaitsYotthfu Color. your
bank to deposit 11.030 He pocketed the :
_
,-. PrevonU Dandrul and -fanlg opcrty. This JfTnd nucbrae u I _
cub and and eloped with a girl who workedin r' i5.a45l.atDrr.v.tR.Resultthg I! HPE P. ELY. iasdeafter the Singer patent*,
JA which have nut out:befor patent Votic-o i* .tS1aCIiZeii1.
a restcurant -__ ,rtnoutltsoldforB3withth.! i> :
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A young lady named Oppenheimer was '\Vf'LflP'tTj7icf'j,' *hc State at Lnrn> : (I DJ Fitr- Stalbmeatl.trocge and now,molt*el!(__foe ''Iii.I ( 'lmf:1 C'jiit: Urn.'U"'! (.(IIII11. '1W1.S'cfi
killed by cars at Harmony, Pa. She was : the world. All U
si.
: required. Plain FlfJl'iIrr.I .
thrown from a carnage between two ccachaj, i Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. rn: ,f infraction firm. Those who write to n*at once can So.r ; 1

forty wheels passing over her. j CONTRACTOR & BUILDER :|r cure free ja or""OTklorllip the best Mwug-macbine art ever shown in toretherin the world America.and thefiin f. I). Pandit- ) .\nmp-jt.

In a general fight which occurred among RUE .&: CO.. Box 74O, Augusta Maine. I vs. }
colored men over a game of craps at Beaet of over 30 years exj erience. Natural :I J -- -- -- t G. J. Harder j jTo 1)auntges-2i.!

ration, Miss., one man was killed, anotherwas from the Errors of Youth FoJIy: ,Vice Ignoraoee -;, finish} a specialty.1 j (;. ,7. }{nr.lff! :

mortally wounded and several seriously exposure.,tc.Infallible,may be cured and it Confidential.home without fail Larzc or i<; :lI.lbollrlltJ.'loricin.. 6 J JXOTJE. I I: Patterson ?Mineral Springs.Enlarged. You are hereby notified that a writ of

injured. < Treat lt",300 pages,oaly f 1 by mail,!pealed,postpaid.! attachment has been i issued: against you
President Harrison spends much of his j Small book, with endorsements of the pros, free. } j I and your propertv attached to satisfy
Send Address the Peabody Medical Institute ,
i r time at Deer 1'ark in the open air and Baby I or Dr.now.W.ILParker, No.4 Bnlfinch SBostorMa.HINDERCORNS. $., !. LAXI UfFicr.:. G\l ES\'IL.I:. FI.A.I Bnf1cTing : the demands of C. I). Panglc in the snm
McK* is his inseparable companion.Foreign. July tithe: 1SS1!> / i of 822t (two hundred and twenty-fitt

I dollars). Now. unle !; shall appear.
Notice i hereby given that the follow ---:0- you ;
in .Jlun'd ettler"has! tiled notice of his I I plead or demur to the declaration filed
A reinforcement of &))British havebeen The only Bare Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. .n.riree ?
troops eomforUothefeet.lSc.at Druggtota. Hrsoox&Co.,N.Y. : iniention to make linal proof in support i ('JttfdJ..f'Z."t of ft ny Pir.tn.'P"'i /Jill < i therein in the office of the Clerk of the

Mat to Assouan. .: .A. (' of his claim and that said proof will he .' the \tmth : County Court of Brevard county. f3.*
William will
Emperor not visit the Lafo- 15U" CONSUMPTIVEron
made eA.A. Stewart. Clerk Cir- on or before the first Monday In AtlgtSkthe
den lands he intended. ron Coctrh.: lmnrhitl, AKthma. Indlpertionf Lse ,
a* w
Queen Victoria's has advised her PARKER'S GINGER, TONIC. Tt has cured ; ('flit Court at Titusrille. FIa..ollugn t {I Iii Full Tm of tte Bins Ri I same being the 5th day thereof
physician the wont comait i U the oc>-t rtineiiy for all ills art; rm I ge the of our Lord 1 $!)..jUl1gment11
to give up champagne and drink whisky in CruD defective nutritioa. Take iu tim SOc. and $i.QU.HIRES \, ;iiUtn. 3Sbt \'izrillim A.: Shleppv, ofj I year
stead. Fort Pierce. Fla.[ II. E. No. 10471. for IiICi1ll1ll! $. : be rendered against you and your property

A German firm has contracted to rein- the ,,-. i of S. W. } Sec. 10. Tp. :J;;. S. H.I ; will bo sold to satisfy said demand.. .

struct the harbor of Odesso, at a cost of : 10 K. Four Mile- -oath of Shelby, X. C.. on I. JAMES E. Bo"n.SheritT.: "

4 nbut 20.0-30,000( ( mark lie names the following witnesses:; to !I Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago Rail i .I:tfl4's'l'. Sanders. Pl:1intitrstty..

A monument was delicatod in Moscow prove his continuous residence upon and t road. Patterson -tatjo1)nUt'-lmif, mile of I -

with imposing ceremonies Sunday, to the cultivation of said laud viz : John Rich Spring !;

memory of the French soldiers, who fell in ard. J. s. Hell. IJ. F. Darling. James TO TilEFFLICTEI: >.
Russia in the famous campaign of 1S12. 4 2* HIRES'IMPROVED 3e i! Olmstcad, all of Fort Pierce. Fla. Physician will tell that the .

L4r1 An exploring expedition consisting of Any person who desires to protest cimtaineil in the.you Ingixthents TODEI MT
Waters
e are in their
seven men, under an officer of the Danish ROOT BEER! : against the allowance of such proof. or effect Aperient, Dinretic, Tonic i antI l Alterative I flI ?TQNCf. IH.G.C.ldcl1CAl.. .
who knows of substantial.
navy, provisioned for two years and a half, any reason. making it Nature- Remedy for I 1OWN
will leave next spring on board a whaler for nI INLQUIDNOBLIQEASU.YWDEE under the law regulations of the Interior Di-eaW
Indige-tion. Dyspe..ia, tlf the j 1MtOY
the east coast of Greenland. TWS PACKAGE MAKES FIVE GALLON ; : Department. why such proof shall Liver Ulad'lcr ,
Kidney, and all ca e of
Z : not be allowed will be given an opportunity .
Labor Note 1 i4cJv6 C.43VJ / at the above-mentioned time and Debility and Weak OmtitMtionshich I'

Powderlj explains that there U no intention { wtx17qN47ItwjffpIO1 I II' place to cross-examine the witnesses of need Stimulant, and. in Khonmatir and DixoN & GRAY, Wholesale AgcnU

to fuse all labor organizations, but onlyto I aid claimant. and to oiler evidence in I ScrofulouAfiection*. i

induce them to work in harmony. : rebuttal of that submitted by cI TO THE PUBLIC. NOTICE.

The Knights of Labor increased their \I i I 1.U. S. C. 'It CI EIh "l,,( huant.1 \,,-e are -o :-itnatl'tl-.uwim u> the Sprin I, tI
:
number at Chicago 3,000, by granting a |I __ with Farm attached!, from which we get I All persons; concerned will hoW tJ

charter to the Ship Cilk,rs' and Carpenters': \OTICK. our pplieadoing a great part of the ne- I I notice that. six months after date,I W1I

National Trades assmt.. LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA., \ j! ceary work during the -eaon the Springsare ; I I I present to lIon. Minor S. Jones. coaD1=1

; Sportiiu.Detective .. BEERThe I July Gth 1SSO. / open, we can favor our Patrons with Judge of Brevard atlininistrator.th Florida.
I Notice is hereby given that the following- the Best Mineral Water, the Most Wholesome final vouchers as:
; John T. : 'It Springfield, : most APPETIZING and "WHOLESOMETEMPERAKC2 I' named settler ha iiled notice of his intention Food! and Firxt-Cla N Accommodations will annexed. of Thomas New, late *
0., called on the Eaittiuore uanbal of DRINK; said Brevard deceased and thJ1at
police In the world. TRY IT. to make final proof in support of his at the following extremely Low Prices: county
Saturday, and showed what purported \ the same time I will apply for leK"5dismissorv
** Ask your Druggist Grocer for it. t claim, and that aid proof will be made: before I'R DAT.When
to te a requiiition from Governor Lowry, of i A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at ,. One P*>r. 'n occupies room. *- l sol from such administnuion.This .
Mississippi, for Jake Kilrain. The requlsi- i Two I'ersocn rnvnpy room. 25 March 15. ISS'J
C.E.HIRESPHILADELPHITutt's I I Titu-ville Fla. August 24th viz ,
1SS9
,
on
: PER WEKK.
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tion was not regular and notice '
taken of it. Norris mad a hasty no exit. was __ :_ f Minor S. Jones, of Titusville, Fla., H. E.No. Whfn.. One Person occupies room, as* io \ 3i. MCCKACKEX.. etc.
I Olol for the lot 2, and 4 of N. E. \ Two or more occupy room. 7 00 -t8Gmo.lhuinbtrtor. --
PER MONTH <-8 .
The Fire Record. and N. }:. :4 of S. E. \ of Sec. 33, 'fl" 34, S. When.. One Person occupies- room l.a1(1), $28 00

Fire destroyed Mow WeuTs livery stabJeI' R. 40 E. Two or more occnpy room, 2:>> 00 RESOIA'TIOXby

in N.w York city. Oac hundred and twentyflve J Pills He name the following uitne--e to Children 8 to 12 year*old half price; 'Jt to C years ], iktlirtg
old one four!h Servants the Tomi Council at a
bones per&ul! Total loss about prove his continuous residence ni'on and to ee nice price.rendered in caring special for rates room in accordance of- by

foo.ooa cultivation of said land, viz; J. Q. Hug- family or person they are with. held June 13, 1389.Kesolyed. .

P nonaL gins, Titusville, Fla.; I). W. Hay, Georgiana Where there are a family of five or more or a Clerk
party of friends from the town .. that the Town no'
Barae or section
President Harrison plays a fairly good I' FOR TORPID LVER. I Fla.; A. A. Ilendry, St. Lucie, Fla.; who will occnpy one large room, a reduction of ten all parties owning 'vacant Jo13
game of billiards. i T. L. Paine, St. Lucie, Fla. per cent.will be made. town between DeSoto street and Indlia
torpid liver(IcrungCi the whole system i Anyperson who desires to protest against CAR or STOCK.-Horses, per day, fifty cent; River brush and 1b
I and produces per week three dollars; per month, ten dollar to cut down all '
ZlntffrafT Heard From. the allowance of such proof or who knowsof I and clean said lots within the

LOXDOX, July 26.-Advi cs from Sick Headache i any substantial reason, under the law Bowling AMUSEMENTS Alley, Lawn AND Tennis RECREATION Croquet.Foot-Ball HO: (days to up protect the town from die-

Africa ere that Zintgraft the African and the regulations of the Interior Department and In-door Games of all kinds. ger of t re. Upon the failure of anY P'

traveler, has arrived at Ibi on the central Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu- why such proof should not be allowed TEAM: One Horse and Baggy. When two trill son so notified to clean their IOU
branch of the river Bonus. He is will be given the contract to use it felly for one or more hoar each up Sheba\'f \
an at
opportunity
,
the time the Council
matism Sallow Skin and Piles. day. fifteen cents pef hour for each person.Address specified '
in good hcaltlL_ above-mentioned timt and place to cross- : the same done and the charges an
There.1. no better remedy t'orthftG examine witnesses said claimant and said l lor.
Pl'flelTln Peace. common diseases than Tutt's Liver W. G. PATTERSON, thereof shall be a Hen against .,.
LOXDOX, July 26.-The Greek consulin Pins aa a trial wtilprove. Price,23 to oflr evidence in rebuttal of that sub- to be enforced by the town In like rn
SHELBY P.O. OR SWANG P. O.
mitted claimant.
by tier with mechanic's lien..
Crete is assisting the authorities to Sold
maintain order in the island. Everywhere. 13. S.; C. TUCKER, Register. Cleveland] County, N. C. 10-2m Attest: J. P. BLtKE1 Town, Clk_

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: THE FLORIDA STAR WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1SSU. ,
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ILarge invite the Trade to consider my I I THE HOSE HOUSE OF FLORIDA. I I AGENTS WAITED. (Only lY.;::5.)

and Very Complete Stock when

desiring to Purchase So H. RAY, A. B. CAMPBELL or A. of the Cnirer&e graphic AIiD tt description ot ,

the wonderful things in Nature;thrilling adventure.
on Land and Sea-renowned discoveries of In't"aex.
I Jacksonville Fla. plorers. Published In English and German. lit!papes.Xtt ',
illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. Illustrated
circulars and extra terms to agents FSES.FOBJS11KB .
GROCERIESJDRY Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.. & McJL4.HI, Cincinnati. O.
I Knabe PianoWeber PianoHaiues
.. PERFECTCOFFEE
Bro PianoMorn-! Piano*, Wilcox &
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7ITUSVILLE, FLA. I White Orcaii1and; Chicago Cottage )/ MAKER.
I. Orgi:>. / A new invention for m1Iti:1
t Coffee and Tea,better than anything -
GOODS9Shoes I will sell and Deliver at your nearest -now in use; eaves 1(of the
Coffee and can be used with any
station High GradePIANOS Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
sent by mail for twenty cents; ri
stamps. Acents Wanted to
send for full particulars of this
and other fast selling articles.
I ForsheeS: McMakin,ClnclnnaUo.
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OenI Merchandise rg S'i.So.J.for fenltd$1 O4J.Gold until
I i watrh'FREE
II I C &Period H JvJ tirseYteper witcfl in(!le,

famed. Heavy t .
I o! .
Hats HuunngCa.e..lfth 1 'fA' -and gent*''UtI,w.iU work.
i and cues Gf equal vise
STORE. ,;.. 4"' Uztel-eraOhiDeaclIe.
i et tG i f .a.rir can secure one free,
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taether with oar lame and ai-
'J N S u.toe line of householdS.imple.
J .. These mp.u. as
Clothing I' Jfti well free aa,and the after watch you have we .cn kert j
them in your >nm.. for 23 months and shown them lv those
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who may hats railed,they become own property Tixo
ol LK S :'tr.I;; A thai any other house in the who write at once can be sure o'for n tbeVntf. hand
Mnmpleo. We ray all eipre. frtoC tc. AdteviHtinson
I United a-: : \ Ji .1Jil' a TianoorOrgaT to
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propoto: keepA .fe Co. Hoc sttI'ortiaadMuine.
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TRUNKS VALISES a: y honest MI.-' runa, rii trial, and it nut
I sai"Uctoi->'. T ".LI ;'"}' freight both Ways S25
cash and ?lt.i :1',1.111 on a Iiaiio. and ?lO cash and
First-Class Stock :3 a I.-,vtithi .HI Oryan till paid for-not ranch
more than cr,'.:i;.r;> rpiit. Ou these very liberal
tern jijyoi CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS riLE CVTALOtili. coutamiiii full information.
I I heft Music String-. Violins, Banjos: Guitars, AcI .
-orNOTIONS- I cordeoa, and in tact every Musical Instrument
t!nit i,1 !iu.If. .uul :it 't'r.low prices. Send for coin.
nEST "H.\\r BATS NEAT AND PROMPT. plete Catjlr:.:..p s. I he Jd.OOO pieces of Choice
I 'Ta"icatli: nuts j tr rol'\.
AT YOUR OWN PRICK.I 1 I A. B. J ek- >r.vilie Fla.
Campbell. :! o ----------


I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low : -FOU- GROCERIESJDRY PIANOS'DRIAI '

Priced Pants'to Close Out. SCOFFSEMULSO


>> lL1&r as

JOB PRINTINGSUCH GOODS,



LADIES'' r OF PURE COD LIVER OIL M Qi H S i

AhiD. HYPOPHOSPHITES !

Hens' Ladies' & Children FIFTH ANNUAL !
\8-
j t Almost as Palatable as Milk.So .

DRESSGOODS disguised that it can be taken* CLEARANCE SALE ;
digested and assimilated by the most

:IIQBJCLOTHING- leniltlw cannot be stomach tolerated when; and the by plain the combination oil- June I to Aug. I, 18 I S,:

off the oil with the hypopnci
phltes Is much more efficacious.

LETTERIIE.t..DS.'OTEIIE.DS, Bemai&able as a >flesh producer $25:00

Persons gain rapidly tf Idle taking It.
Worth of rlanos.n.! : :'. ,a.,
MILLINERY :\ SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by from bet makers to b. cI...&cC
.A..Te;, Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation out regardless of cost 0:,--!.*t. .
J in the world for the relief and cure ot Stock,too large. lasttoii::
UILL-EIEADS, intocash or iutttallmeiit>.>>:.. ;
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, .
GENERAL!: DEBILITY, WASTING Some,entirely NEW INS T= UALENT8 -.
DISEASES EMACIATION, not used n Any. ;
HATS COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. Some Nearly New- je l a few '
STATEMENTS, The great remedy for ConsvmpKan, and months! only. |'
feasting in Children Sold by all Druggists, Some,used a year or!'I-:" s:ne.
used two to three yenr*. j i

Lathes'Prints Ulldervoar.bABIES' CIRCUI.'RS Some,fine Second Hands&Wen .
If any dealer Rays he has the W.L.Doagla;
In '
Shoes without name and price stamped ox exchange and made lit*\* iu
Gent's Furnishing Goods, the bottom put him down as a fraud. ourrepairhfnctory.ltr.holiLr.Restrung.. ..
Restored iu Toi.* \
f cts., FOLDERS, i F and Action, and made good for|
Lawns. lets., I years of service.B.tRGAINS. .
AL OCROCKERY
I I EVERY ONE.
Ginghams, 7cts., 'GSr

Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts.. INVITATIONS, GLASSWARE I EASY TERMSJ

Pins, 5ct?., Your OWN TERMS ahnf,"!'
Very light Monthly Payments
Xeedle, 5ct, PROGRAMMES, or Small Cash Payment and bal-'
I
ance when you get ready. .
Jeans, 20ct! *:., HARDWARE

Spool Cotton, 2ct ., STREAMERS, I r GASH BUYS CHE 1 ? ):I II
r E
Brown Cottons,Gets., ?xs: Give you all the time ""arte j
AND but SPOT CASH will save you.
Ladies Lice Mitts, locts. and _Octs.l.:1dies' money. TILT t'Sy t whi :
DODGERS
I meet you every !me. t I
Kid Gloves 75ct& to $1.00; reduced II

from $1.00 and $1.5. Iadie Ship Chandlery Goods. Ij j tt I iPIANOSI

Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to l

Close Out. BUSINESS CARDS. I $50 $75 $100 t
$
5.I I

WEDDING CARDS. we L!+ DOUCLASR ORGANS!

1 am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS
FORGENTLEMEN.
..SITIX.ID These: n ill be>> the main feature of my $24, $35, 550, S75.'I i

business, but orders dent me for anything Best in the tvorlil. Kxnminp his
in Titu 85.00: GENUINE }fASD.S"\V.D SHOE.
kept in any store
JS4.oo }(.ASf)- };WtU WKI/T MIOK. WRITE FOR: BARGAIN SHEET. I
yule will be promptly filled.! $3..' 0 POLICE AND FAn\n: nS' SHOE.
82.50 JXTIA..A(.tJ; CALF MIOK.
Sf.'iS AVORKINGMAN'S SHOE. CLEARANCE SALE 1
b'i.OO and .i.'i UO S' SCHOOL SHOES
To supply the want in thi- line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO All made in Congress Button and Lace. I SUMMER 1889. II III

K\i t. Will buy Fruits,Eggs, Chickens, W. L. DOUCLAS I
l
JIUDDEN&I BATES
S3 SHOE S.H.H.
Potash, LAD | ES. ,
TliliFLORIDA-
Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. nest Fitting. T SAVANNAH, CA.E .
Ground Bone, friendmay bring 11 not sold by your dealer, writeW.L.DOUGLAs.nROCKTOS.M S L

Ash Element, to market.I Examine W. .L Doug!a>' $E 2 Slices for
Acid Phosphates, STARJOB Gentlemen I

Cotton Seed Meal, FOB S1LI': L1 .

Cotton Seed Hill A:-lies, ask for a share of the public patronage ,

Fish and PotashBradley's PHIXTtt'G OFFICEi and come as a supplicant, not a I C. J. HECTOR, i

Orange Tree die tator, asking for your favors.If Melboirne. Fla.I I .. ;: .:. -:. : "''_'._ :--: _':;..rI ;-: : -'.
courteous treatment,good
And Fertilizers. ------ ---- -----
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Vegetable goods and low figures i is

Will meet Jacksonville: quotations with the candidate for I CURE

freight added, in same quantity lot public favor,
then I'm Pianos & OrgansI

elected.Agent .


Prices Reduced on nearly all Chilled for Chattanooga Plows anti Sugar Plow Co., I I-- ITS Imcn I


Lines in Stock. Cane Mills. I you want to purchase a

I say Cess : t Is not mean merely to
Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned stop them fur a time,and then have them return -
again. I MEAN A RADICAL. CURE.:
I have made the disease of
or give him a call.
I have too many Goods to enumerate PITS, EPILEPSY or

Prices on all that are reduced. Can sell you any of the instruments FALLING SICKNESS,

COME AND SEE. of the best and lead A lifelong study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CORK the worst cases. Because others hare
ing makers at prices that defy failed is no re ason for not now receiving core.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLB
I will l not be undersold. of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Express
competition. and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
trial and it will cure you. Address
I am Prepared with CHEAP H.G.ROOT,M.C..IS3PLW.ST..limYoiJC

GOODS, and with Better Goods .< ;p A4 ,

e to Supply You. : ig Pianos and Organs sold on tie Installment -
r \ ". Xoticc.

r > I _t 1 plan wlieniesiM. Discount All concerned will take notice that its

.... ,. ... months after date I will present my final
;
: to Ctabfe on Organs account to Honorable Minor S.Jones,County
Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
; Very Respectfully for order from the
! pray an dismissing me
All correspondence will receive
: :,$ t -1 !. r prompt execution of the last will and testament of
I. .. ...... attention.E. Phineas D. late of said
: Wesson county
t qo. :B. RUMPH : .lI.; '. : ,
.",1 '_ :,; '\'. n. WAGER deceased.
" TITUSVILLE \ticy f ?" i.$ AGNES M. WESSON,
.fo'L.!. : -
i 1, .- .-._ .. s. :a: :. :FI. V. Titus,'itle, Florida. 50. wo. Administratrix.rcII .


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8 THE FLORIDA. STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1859. .

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LOCAL. LACOXICS.Mr. I -In equenceof the heavy pressure I JI:| -Capt. Rice met with the misfortune

this week. the article on of the death of one of hip mules last
our
'and 3Irs. A. A. Stevenson left upon space i I j
(l Eau Gallic is held over until our next ;: week, but he immediately purchased an- !
for Sanford Thursday. Clothing Clothing !
!' other take made his Clothing
lY ue. i iI i to its place, having I
-Mr. J. J. Fox, of Horti, was a visitor i
I I f new purchase from parties residing on
-Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Rockledge, -
Titusville last Thursday.Mr.
in !
a I I returned from his trip north last Wednesday j Merrill's Island. ,J '

S. I. Rogers, of Georgiana, wa accompanied by )Ir. L. C. Hugh I I i i -Any person desiring:: information in I

a visitor to town Monday evening.Mr. 'I Indian River it- climate t '.The :a S\, r."
lett, of Virginia. I j regard to : .. : :;
R. F. Hall of Georgiana, was in !
; health and rC'5QurCeS-C".111 obtain same
took
-Mrs. II. Q. Haw ley a trip to J: i
town Monday, on his way to DeLand.Dr. !i by Bending a two cent stamp for postage
the Haulover, for a few daIa.:;, t TburI :;- J
G. W. Holmes of City Point, to A. L. Hatch. City Point. Fla.. and receive -
,
Of her and heir :
I day. course >on accompanied -] : MORE CLOTHING CHEAPER CLOTHING I If '
'' was up (,!I a professional viit, Thurday.A I her on the pleasure trip. Young |:1 by mail a copy of pamphlet on j ,

carload of furniture will shortly Captain Hawley weighed Sib*, before I!j Brevard county, published by the county I

_: be sent by Mr. Hutchinon for his new I IJIOtcl. i I I starting on the voyage to Mr. Vann's. ;i i3Ir. ; commissioners of this county. i i AND BETTER CLOTHING F

l Walter H. Howland. agent for j j -One of the guests of the Indian
(I Ii i I
-For dwarf.Ca'cndi'5h banana plants i i Equitable Life Insurance Co.. returned : River Hotel met with a slight mishap on I I

1' address Mr. \V. A. n2u h. Melbourne. from his trip down the river last Saturday -! Monday morning. His biceps; feeling a Than any other liou-c; on Indian River just received at the Bazar,
-
Fla. 4- j having reached south only as far as i little relaxed and knowing that rowing I I in addition to our already extensive STOCK OF DRY (,iOODS ;

-Ir. Jas. 11. Ellis of Atlanta, wa I Brantley, on Merritt's Island. He started i j i I is said to beery healthful and a panacea

registered at the Grand View last Thur- i down the river again to-day with )I| for many complaints: that the flesh i i' heir ,I! NOTION:?: Etc., Etc.

t day. !i the sloop IIouri.I I j to, he decided to put forth his rowing | (

+1 -Miss Fannie Sanders, *of Merritt' !I _The naphtha launch Livinier can be j prowess and exercise: hi: ability in thi- I CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE. ,

i' ,.- Island, was a victor to Titusville lat I! hired at one hour notice, to take I noble art. The punt belonging to the
Signal Service office was brought into I Tu.rn.er: c G-arc1.: .cr. t
c week.F I parties to all points on Indian River. !

r i Seating capacity from ifs to W.> For i noo- but, unfortunately, :1:' the wouldbe t
! to I
:
-:Irrrrg Money Money -
I terms, apply on board the launch at rower stepped into this capricious 1 Ii
to loan on real ( tat('. Apply to Robbins : '!
I wharf address VV. P. Under- little boat she made a kind of :Side BARGAINS 11
Wager's or BARGAINS
i i .
& Graham. Titu-ville.: Fla
I, wood, box 7... Tit ll-vine, Fla. 12 j jMr. I Ii summersault throwing; the occupant in-i t
Wanted, s-ailboat.. Address, with to the river giving him such a sudden 'j'
I
f"WH t cash price and full description of I Mark E. Straus representing i! and unlooked for impromptu river bath ;'
; Florida, outh Carolina and) Lower Prices than Ever :
I: Georgia t Goods at
boat. Harry ::tite Harri-burjr, Pa. I I that he must have thought the chief of ;
Alabama, the wholesale boot and shoe I j
( -Iis Lorena Dimick and E. H. Dim-I I the Signal Service office had his electric !' ,,
lirm of Jo. Ro-enheim & Co., wa at
ic'>:, of Palm Beach, were registered at I wires connected with their whimsical' 1
the Indian River Hotel a few days l list Now is the Time to Buy.
the Indian River Hotel, Thursday. little craft. Our friend got rather wet
week with show of lust
a good goods. |
hell lime of A 1 quality is : I but no row, and he don't care to try that i I
Oyster I I -3Ir. Geo. W. Eddy, of the Signal again. Observer )Iitcl1'Jl.11111..t]! i Weell white .-]-hirt from ;roc to 81.00 each; Ladies Ruffling, 7 c
of El punt
J. Watsun
: offered for sale
C
S t by I Service office. Jupiter, came up to town :see to the antics of that boat. It i i- said; to 1e per yard; Pearl hutton! :::!c to Sc per doz,; Towel s! (K.. to 11c each; t

Dora. Price furnished on application.Mesr I with Mrs. Eddy, Wednesday, and returned that committed i I-IaIH.lkerr1iief )e to 1:2c: each; pin Ie: needles 2 c: pel1cil s. 3c to x'; ,

_ J. T. GIfford and \\ E. Ar Saturday. 1 Ir. and 31 rs. Eddy who !1 suicide some years aao a man. Who the pen 1)oints.;;' for ;jc: Dust pans 1Je t. lir: Ll1np ehin.J1'YO:. 4c and 5c ;
thi'ery 'ot
,; nold of the J., T. fi K. W. System, have been Jupiter about two montli'appear i' near :-j iabove each and many other articles a-tonishinirly low price*.
I aquatic acrobat vas we are not at
in la-t week for a day or -*o.Mrs. : I
were town to like it much down the
very I' liberty to mention, but some folksav> it I COME AND SEE US. ;
d C. Dearborn Parted for the river and with turtle
E. ; fishing: hunting
was Professor: D" :'AJU. D. D. S.. because I
north yesterday morning, Mr. Dearbornacccompanying and boating, :\Irs. Eddy says she gets I
.i I they saw a pair of No. 11 shoes bikini We Charge Nothing for Showing Goods. ;l
her a= far a,- Jackson enough sport to plea the mo-t ardent'sportswoman. ] '!
_ in the morning; sun on the ]hotelerandu,

ville. I IIrs. which looked a- if they came otF a ship \Ve have cone into the business net for a fen ;.vecks or months i

Evening; service at the Episcopal -) W. I:. Sanders came up from I wreck. onlv. but (

Church will be discontinued until further Curtneyrednc.claj", for a few day i. PEB.1\ANENTLY
: La-t Titusvillewas
Saturday morning
-.dz notice. Morning f'icc"iU be held vacation and to give Ta\-A: .e.or. Sanders d
r soon aware of the fact that a sensational :; And we trust by fair dealing to merit the confidence and patronage i
as u-ual at 10:30. just a tulle assistance in his laborious I
: : feature was about to be witnessed the public. I
Parted for duty of putting the tax books in order.
31 R. C. Scriingeour .
r. by the early arrival of )Ir. Ernest Respectfully.S.
Washington Monday morning, so we are )Ir. and Mr<. Sanders and Miss Kate I
from St. Lucie River who
Stypman,
look after his appointment Hamilton left here about two o'clock .A.. BELCHER: & CO. I
I -S informed, to hunted up the Justice of the Peace, Dr. I ]
) thi ." '. Sunday afternoon for Courtney. Mrs, -- -
I s a3 i po*master at l11a(( B. P. Wilson, and had. a warrant issued I i
Sanders this j ii about the farthest
: says
-Clo-iug.out ale of furniture, general for the arrest of 3Irs. Brit. of St. Lucie Olyde S-teiSttl3:1..ship: Co. ;
I trip north she will take this summer. i
r household goods:! and fancy article at the River, who had charge of his infant f

Tropical House ((1lacleazie'r). Now i i- -Excursion rates have been grantedby II daughter. and who, he said, was on her New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
the J. T. & K. W.
Railway Company, ====
the tim to procure bargains.The wato Titusville, and would} be
the months of and t
steamer White will leave forNew during August September -I. here in a few minutes on board the sailboat -
to parties of ten or more, from
"
'
b 'Oriole the Anderson
Smyrna Friday morning at six managed by :
Titusville to St. Augustine, going via 1 1t
o'clock :sharp and all who intend going Brother: .He was afraid 31rs. Brit was
) Jacksonville and returning via Palatka.for .
: ,
.> are expected to be promptly on hand.A going to leave the river, and he wantedhis I
$5.00 for the round trip. Tickets are
child back before she left. Stypmani
break in the government telegraph good for ten days from date of purchase. forI I
and the had. bargained with :Mrs. Brit to care
Micco
line between Jupiter, pa..taveek
This being low rate there will!
a very 'Z:
the the death of his wife and .
baby since ,
observation, has prevented! to the tending Signal the Service Jupiter at probably,of be a several trip to parties the Ancient to take City advantage I had learned of her departure from her t ji: ; ; .,,:< fr

I home, on the ''Oriole," just in time to :secure ; -
Washington. shortly. The Magnificent team -hip- of this Line are appointed to sail a- follow ;
a faster boat, and by sailing night (Standard Time.)
-.. A. Durs, of Crescent City, the
l; -Help the brass baud. A iniiiatrel "
and day arrived. here ahead of them as;; i
of the State of Florida
t pioneer well--uiker entertainment will be given at Wager's stated above.: About ten o'clock the From Jacksonville to New York 'I From Fernandina to New York..

t is operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., Hall I' CHEROKEE Tharswav. .InJyYEMASSLE. 1. tt S.O .1 ii .
to-morrow 1st
evening, August: by .
) communications be addressed Oriole arrived, and a' soon as he anchored : Sunday, .. ?, at llsua.: m :i YEMASSLK.: ca I.'etott.Tnoada.. Juh., 'at pm
all -
where may .. 1 a&apm
six colored artists, the proceeds of the :Marshal Titus, a special constable, SEMINOLE, Thursday, .. 11. at ::-:app. -E1US.OLE. .. .. Fnt.&y.TUtzOt 9aUpm
IROQUOIS. Y.
S '. !
and information received. IROQUOIS. Sunday. 14, at !> '"O 3. m ..
; entertainment to go towards purchasingthe I with the warrant, proceeded to the boat CHEROKEE. Thursday. .". 18 at 9:00 a. in ,; CHLKOKLE., ".. '.. Friday. 1"J6aUpll1 aUPID
-Mr. Ja?. Pierce, who has been away instruments for the colored brass SEMINOLE, Sunday.IROQUOI Jl: at iI.-Oa. m i! SEMIXOI.E .. .. Tuesday. : 19 .UPID
make the On the t' idav
to arrest. at
I arriving -. "ThursJn". 25, at 2:(0 p. m4Ojy. jU.OQt"'OIS.. .. ;
from Indian River during the past four band. The follow ing artists will do their I boat it was found that 3Irs. Brit had not YEMASsEE.: Sunday, :-.... at m I CHEROKLL.SEMINOI.K... .'' .. Friday Tuesday ..' :23at:6 at pm
CHEROKEE Thursday. 1. at 7.0-3 a. m .. .. .. 3p
returned from his home at .. ..Oat
months level best to the fool" for the Tneaday.
play prepared her toilet for coming ashore: so SEMIXOLE, Sunday. 4, at :0:00 a. m I

Southport, X. C., Monday evening. We amusement of the white folks of Titus the marshal and a crowd of curiosity

are glad to see him back: again, ville and vicinity : the "Onliest Short}" seekers had to wait about halfanhourfor For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to

-For slip. Cavendish in all his specialties John Williams, J. .\. LESLIE. Supt, Asoii\illp; T. G. EGfrR, Tragic !(aJl3gt-r. :n Broadway, New \oik.J ;
pineapple her to get in readiness;; to go ashore. .\. STEAD. A2ent. Fernandina.
Hart'a' choice and French banana plants, Sol. Broxon, Charles Sanders, Joe Smith The crowd followed 3Irs. Brit, with the JOHN L. HOWALD T. F. A., JatksonvilJc- F. M IRONMONGER. T. P. A., Jacksonville.WM. .
J\ CL.Y1>K Jt ('0.. (;.'n.Tal Agents 12 .south AVhar\ei., ]'liilaliiu ; 3. Hoy'ling
and best land, groves local essentials and and Henry Walstein, who will all try to I baband, )Ir. Stypman to the office of (.reet,, New York.

minimum price*, apply to D. P. Gibson, lay Shorty in the shade to-morrow even the county !solicitor, where the justiceexamined .. -----
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Sclustian ; or at Gibson's wharf. ing. The entertainment will be firstclassin the Laws of Florida and I GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER R GRAHAM,

: -If you need first-class shrubbery orS every respect, and everyone can counton I questioned the parties involved. It was I .\th"- .-a t-Law. Att.-at-Lav

# tree*. of any kind call on or address J. P. an evening of mirth and laughter. evident that the warrant for arrest for B..OBBINS ct G-B..A.EAM: "

1 i Turner, Titusville Florida agent for Refreshments will be served of ice cream, I' kidnapping could not be sustained, and

the old. reliable Bidwell'* Orlando Xurrie I cake and lemonade. Come, and help the Mr. Stypman only wanted his child, LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE

? *. All trees warranted true to cause along. About half the money has 1\:0' )Ir:;. Brit did not object to givingher ,

1' r t. name. already been subscribed} and paid for a up-only she wanted the balance of Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

Judge \1.5.. Jones Kartetl, last set of eight band pieces. Reserved seats 'I her pay, as agreed upon, from typman I P. O. Box, 250,
c! for sale at Dixon & Gray's drug tore
Thursday, for St. Augustine, to accompany before doing so-the affair was compromised TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.We .
price oOc.> General admission,3.c. children I
his wife home from the Ancient ; and settled, both parties payingthe ,.e..

'.' City where she ha been stopping for the '_).)c. costs of the case. )Ir. Stypman at I Ii Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large (Lit*

few week They are expected back -Fishing with rod and reel has been first refused to pay 3Irs. Brit the balance careful ly- electwl Projiortit:' in all part of Brevard County.
past i RELIABLE Information furnished a- to character, location and value of any P0"
tomorrow night. great sport just around the cove at Sand due her for caring for the child stating perty on Indian River.

-Chicago National Bank draft on Point the past week. Friday evening t that )Ir-. Brit's husband had forbiddenhim Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled'

there were three parties out fishing, all paying her the balance of this and e.ereffort will l>e made to give perfect" satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
New York for 125.00, dated June 3rd, favor with their
of them having splendid luck. DoctorE. The are that :\Ir. may us patronage.
money. appearances ;
1889, to order of Peter Koller, has been No Properties listed unle.the Title is Perfect.
d" lost in the mail Parties are hereby S. Wiley, \V. S. Norwood, and Gus Brit wanted to get away from her husband -I Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates ring large bodies* of l<**t

warned against cashing same. W. H. Miller, in one boat caught the largest and had no chance of seeing Styp priced land Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.: -

number of trout for the solid reason we man to give him his child before she left
-, Adams mail agent, steamer Georgiana.We .
? suppose that they had more poles and on board the "Oriole." Whether expected EORGE M. ROBBINS, Pr iJent.r.LTER S. GRAHAM Secretary.

see it announced from Washington lines overboard. They caught nineteenin to go further than this place wedo B1"e'Varc1. .A.bs"trac"t of Title 00.

that Mrs. A. 31 Abney has been appointed -. all of which number three were not know. Considerable talk has con- Incorporated A. D. 1889.

postmistress at City Point, in : channel catfish, the balance were trout. nected her name with the Anderson:; CAPITAL STOCK, j5,ooo ; FULLY PAID ; SOS-. SSESS"t ULL'
this in of A. J. Whitlock
county, place The next boat held our rising young Brothers, but they claim to be running for Abstract follows each *dddltlonal -
The Charge as : $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for
resigned. Republicans are surely criminal lawyer H. F. Atkinson and I their boat as: a freight and passenger Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vU..5fltf
"getting there" in putting out Democratic for the first additional and oOc. for each transfer.
Miss Katie Paddison who captured six boat and had they wanted to run away succeeding

postmasters. of the finny tribe. Miss: Katie caught with the woman they would not, probably -, Taxes Paid for Noil-Residents.

The Titussville Base Ball Nine leave the largest trout among the entire party.It : have come direct to Titusville as Eg?" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and

Friday morning, at six a. m., for New measured over three feet in length. they did, but would have gone out of Sale.annoyance incident to the Payment of Tax, and Insure them against loss by 1:*

Smyrna to engage in the friendly gamed Messrs. English and Ray, in the third Indian River inlet or Jupiter inlet to Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

with the Smyrna Nine that afternoon. boat, caught several fine fish and had all some point up or down the coa=t. The _

In the evening there will be a grand the fun they wanted. It seems that fish [baby. which is about fifteen months old, Porto; Rico PLn.eapp1e: Slip: #

masquerade dance, at which quite a of all kinds are more plentiful in these attracted universal attention as a pretty $10 Per Hundred.

number are expected to be present from waters than they have been for years child, and it seemed to be much attached SttrLLwJ3; rry P1.antsl.n.: Sep1exn.b.Or:

the interior portion of Volusia countyas past, and anyone coming to Titusvillecan to Mrs. Brit. The woman showed .1\U lan'8 Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, 84.ooJr 1000. Order early .

well as quite a number from this now certainly enjoy the fishing for her attachment for the child by not Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and clilfa
INDIAN RIVER BRAND manufactured by old Fertilizer
firm
section. The fare on the steamer White the grounds are only a few minutes walk leaving it with anyone near her but an the Daddge
Send for Circ lar. Also Bone )Iecl, cotton Seed Meal etc., and .3la 'P-
for the round. trip, returning Saturday, from town and small boats are always bringing it with her, to await the arrivalor D:1.\"Jdge's FertilIzers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for caia1ogutJOJIN

.is:i.OQ. ready for the fishermen. demand from Etypman for his child. B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, )Melbourne, Fla.vI .




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